COVID-19 is reminding us that our collective action and collaboration is so needed now!
We are grateful to so many organizations to deliver essential services. Here on this page we have pulled together some community resources for easy reference.
We know that marginalized and disadvantaged people in Grey Bruce are disproportionately at higher risk: Indigenous people, people who are homeless, people on social assistance, incarcerated people, people who are living with disabilities or compromised immune systems, the elderly. And workers who are self-employed, in precarious jobs, in retail or service sector are starting to experience layoffs. We can anticipate that there will be an increase in the number of people accessing emergency services to meet their basic needs.
For the latest health information.
To find out about the community resources operating in your area call 211 or visit 211.ca.
The United Way of Bruce Grey has set up a Volunteer & Resources website to respond to the need for volunteers or resources.
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