My incredible wife Lisa (Lickers) Passmore contributed to this project.
Husband. Father. Son. Brother. He/him. Ally in action, not just in title. Emcee. Community activist. Inclusive not divisive. Cosplayer. Harm reduction advocate. Big picture thinker. Connected to my ancestors. PRIDE supporter. Intuitive. Dedicated to Reconciliation. Hiker. Kayaker. Innovator. Community builder. Non-violent protest participant. Dexterously gregarious. Self-aware. Holder of safe spaces. Compassionate. Forging relationships with a smile and a kilt. No, it’s not short for Richard. Dick Passmore has worked in the Indigenous community in the fields of homelessness and harm reduction. He worked front line at an overdose prevention site, as a street outreach worker, as well as Team Lead for a successful Housing First initiative. Previous experiences have come from the world of hospice/palliative care as a Personal Support Worker and adjunct therapies practitioner. He has also provided training to organizations in Canada and the US on evidence based tools and approaches to ending homelessness.
Transformative Change Awards
Our Homeward Bound: From Homelessness to Community earned the Transformative Change Award from the Alliance for Healthier Communities
A Safe Place To Call Home
Part of my work in Hamilton was within the field of Indigenous homelessness. This is a success story for everyone involved!
Community of Practice Webinar
This webinar consisted of an inteview by Dr. Sam Tsemberis, the father of Housing First. He interviewed Dionne Aikman and I about our work in
I just updated my personal website at https://t.co/NlMGs3t3uL because the old one was a bit out of date. I didn't include MySpace or ICQ on
Where did this website come from? My personal page was so outdated, and I decided that I should clean it up a bit. I hope