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ShelterCare’s Consumer Council is a consumer-led group that meets every 3rd Thursday of the month, from 2:00-3:30 pm, at 499 West 4th Avenue. The meetings are open to anyone enrolled in ShelterCare programs, and provide participants with a collective platform to discuss their thoughts about ShelterCare programs, city-wide issues, community resources, and more.

Consumer Council Brochure

Consumer Council Mission Statement: The mission of the ShelterCare Consumer Council is to increase the involvement of program participants in ShelterCare, and in the broader community, and to empower participants with a coordinated consumer voice, in order to maximize their overall quality of life.

The ShelterCare Consumer Council Purpose:

Meeting Guidelines and Format:

Consumer Council Non-Violent Statement: ShelterCare is a non-violent community. As a community which strives to be safe and respectful, we do not support gossiping, talking about other people, making fun of other people, or sarcastic remarks. We make every effort to address our issues with other people directly and privately. If we’re not able to do this, we seek support to improve our problem-solving skills. We are kind, caring and compassionate with each other. We do not support any acts of violence in our community, including swearing, yelling, harassing, threatening, hitting, hurting oneself or others, or making anyone a victim of our behavior. ShelterCare is a non-violent, safe, and respectful community.

This document was adopted unanimously by the Consumer Council on June 20, 2019.

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