Heather is the Supervisor of Care at SafeHope home, she started working with SafeHope home in 2022.

Heather received her Social Service Worker diploma from Loyalist College in 2008. Heather is working towards her Bachelors of Social Work through the online distance delivery program with the University of Manitoba. Before joining the SafeHope Home team, Heather spent many years working with youth and mental health.

To accompany her passion to help others, Heather has completed training in Trauma-informed Responses to Human Trafficking, First Aid and CPR, CPI, Psychological First Aid, Infant mental health, San’yas indigenous cultural safety, Ministry of the Attorney General Human Trafficking training and Naloxone administration.

In addition to all of this, Heather is also the proud and devoted mother to two young boys and a beautiful dog.