In 2020, an unprecedented funding went into the Canadian social safety net in response to COVID-19. Charities alone saw cash balances grow from $5.5 billion a year to $6.2 billion. But as funding returns to normal, municipal leaders, service providers, emergency services and more, are asking: “How do we sustain program levels and provide the social support necessary for our recovery?”
In this webinar, we will present new data on the realities of social spending and use our Innsotech algorithm to illustrate the social realities we may be facing in regards to homelessness, suicide and domestic violence. We’ll also discuss the HelpSeeker products decision makers, across the country, are using to uncover investments in their social safety nets, anticipate social needs, and build funding strategies that create better social outcomes, for less.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Why having a complete picture of the investments coming into your municipality is key to better planning.
How predictive analytics can help anticipate the needs of the community.
How to provide more with less, as it relates to social support.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your knowledge and get the latest insights on system planning and social issues.
Dr. Alina Turner
Co-President & Co-Founder of HelpSeeker
Dr. Alina Turner is the Co-President & Co-Founder of HelpSeeker, a social enterprise harnessing tech innovation for the greater social good. She is recognized as a leading researcher and thinker on social issues with proven implementation results.
Alina is a Fellow at The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary and serves on the Board of Directors for A Way Home Canada and the Alberta Rural Development Rural Advisory Board on housing and homelessness. Her work on system planning is recognized as a leading practice and often called upon as a model across communities. Her drive and passion for this work are grounded in her lived experience of the social issues she continues to challenge in her professional work.