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Humans of HOPE – Bill Holland

Sep 12, 2022

Dedicated and compassionate are just two of the words we use to describe Bill Holland, one of our recently retired residential support workers at Hope Springs Therapeutic Centre.

Bill worked at Hope Springs for more than eight years, and during that time he has supported many residents through the recovery process.

His attitude towards each new resident was always positive – regardless of where they were at, he firmly believed each resident was a valued member of society who had the opportunity to build a bright future for themselves.

Thank you Bill, for your enormous contribution over the past few years and we truly hope you enjoy your retirement.

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