Nick Haddock (He/Him/Ill) | Housing Support Worker | Trustee (Project H.O.P.E)
As a Housing Support Worker and Trustee with the Project H.O.P.E team, Nick Haddock supports Nova Scotians who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and who have a barrier to locating and securing safe, affordable housing. Nick believes housing is a fundamental human right, and is passionate about helping individuals experiencing poverty find an affordable, safe and sustainable place to call home.
Nick was raised in Nova Scotia’s beautiful South Shore, but left shortly after completing his addictions counseling certification to work in Calgary, Alberta. During his time out west, Nick worked with several agencies helping to house individuals as part of Calgary’s 10 year plan to end homelessness. He recently returned home to Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley with his family to continue this work. In his downtime Nick likes to take part in a wide variety of activities that include, but are not limited to: Hiking, Fishing, Camping, Hunting, Soccer, Disc Golf, table top games, writing, woodworking and most importantly, spending time with his family.