Category: Crisis Supports
Residents living in and around downtown Ottawa will continue to feel the impacts of the occupation long after immediate crisis needs have been met—particularly those most vulnerable.
Unfortunately, home is not a safe place for everyone. Thanks to Unsafe at Home Ottawa, a new support program has been introduced into the Prescott-Russell region.
Affordable housing and mental health sector capacity are just a couple of the key issues United Way East Ontario wants to see the provincial government make priorities in this year’s budget.
Living in a rural community, Jennifer and her family had limited mental health support options before the pandemic. Counselling Connect has been a gamechanger.
Last week, we invested $2 million in 39 local programs that will support the people who are still struggling as the province begins to reopen. Read more about how we’re bolstering Indigenous and Black mental health, and fighting food insecurity, social isolation, learning loss and more.