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"I started work at Safe Haven a couple of months ago. I went in for the interview thinking that I wouldn't accept the job, given the fact that I live in Lethbridge. But, I left that first interview feeling so excited and empowered. Their questions challenged me and helped me to identify my skills, and really showcase them. They genuinely wanted to get to know me and valued my time deeply. I was offered a position and consulted as to what I think my training should look like, and what I think my roles should be. I continue to get ongoing training webinars, workshops, and lectures that are fully paid for and encouraged. Breaks are fully paid for and self-care is a basic standard just like anything else. The staff at Safe Haven are self reflexive, and motivated by an ethics of care that goes beyond institutional pride. They care deeply about the best ways to respond to the needs of people accessing our services, as well as who works there. If you are interested in volunteer work or employment, getting in touch and seeing how you could fit is a great idea. "