The consequences of physical isolation and not being allowed to fraternize with others in order to bring down COVID-19 case numbers are significant.
According to Cindy Negrello, Director of Operations at Canadian Mental Health Association, when you’re used to living in a society where you’re allowed to do what you want (within reason) and that’s taken away from you, not only does it quickly turn into a breeding ground for feelings of loneliness and depression, but also anger, at the loss of what we deem to be our social rights.
Our Peer Support program services can be accessed over the phone at 403-297-1402 or through email at email@example.com. We have teamed up with other Calgary agencies to help Calgarians quickly and easily access various counselling and social supports. Visit www.communityconnectyyc.ca, where you can book online for our Suicide Bereavement and Family Support Counselling, and other supports. If you prefer to still book through us, please phone (403-297-1708), or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)