Since the start of the pandemic, almost half of Canadians admit to living in worry and anxiety. It is well known that the most vulnerable are the first to pay the price of an economic, political or, as we have been experiencing for a few months, public health crisis.
Faithful to the job, our teams had to respond, under difficult conditions, to the growing needs of a clientele weakened by the increase in issues related to physical and mental health problems, drug addiction or domestic violence. More than ever, the women we welcome are confronted with their great vulnerability. Already destitute, unemployed and very socially isolated, everything suggests that they will face even greater challenges in the coming months due to the economic situation.