Why work at The Kettle Society?

We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive employer-paid benefit plan for full-time and part-time staff, including Extended Medical and Dental coverage, and to those who are eligible, the Municipal Pension Plan (MPP).

Are you passionate about mental health? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of people living with mental illness, poverty, and homelessness?

The Kettle Society is always seeking knowledgeable and caring individuals who are passionate about mental health, and whose values align with ours:

  • We value safety.
  • We value a client-centred approach.
  • We value a non-judgmental, respectful and compassionate approach.
  • We value every person’s right to the dignity of having a home.
  • We value professional integrity and consistency.
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#ShareHope over the holidays!

COVID-19’s global outbreak has impacted all of our lives. It’s been devastating for each vulnerable person who doesn’t have a warm place to self-isolate, a safe place to sleep, family to support them or a hot meal.

Your compassion can transform the lives of people living with mental illness, substance use, poverty, and/or homelessness. Your support will provide life-changing services to people at their most vulnerable moments.

Vulnerable people need us now more than ever.

We promise to honor your generosity and use your donation in the most effective way possible.

Please use the secure form below or connect with us via email at give@thekettle.ca to donate.

Through The Kettle’s development, its core principles and philosophy haven’t changed. They’ve kept an ongoing commitment to the clients and the community it stands for.

My favorite part of The Kettle is my co-workers. We all share the same commitment to provide the best care to our clients.

I have a lot of laughs here. I have best friends here.

I’m always in awe of the resilience of the members.

I see people who live outside and come in each day with a smile on their faces. Makes me think, ‘The Kettle must be doing something right.