IN THE NEWS

CBC

Les jeunes qui s'identifient comme lesbiennes, gais, bisexuels et trans peuvent désormais trouver une famille d'accueil par l'entremise d'un service de placement qui leur est dédié. L'agence, située à Windsor, travaille avec les services d'aide à l'enfance de la province.

THE WINDSOR STAR

Canada’s first and only foster care agency geared to LGBTQ youth is setting up shop in Windsor and actively recruiting foster parents in hopes of offering safe, supportive homes to 20 teenagers by the start of the school year.

THE WINDSOR STAR

Run for Rocky inspires first of its kind foster care agency to choose Windsor.

METRO NEWS

February 23, 2015: Five/Fourteen was featured on page 5 of the print edition of Metro News.

CBC METRO MORNING

February 12, 2015: Lucas Medina, executive director of Five/Fourteen, spoke with the CBC’s Matt Galloway about his experiences growing up and coming out in Ontario’s foster care system.

SPACING MAGAZINE

Five/Fourteen was featured alongside our Centre for Social Innovation Agents of Change colleagues in Spacing magazine’s Spring 2015 issue.

CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION

Five/Fourteen is extremely proud to have been selected as a 2015 Agent of Change by Toronto’s Centre for Social Innovation.

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