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Demand for mental health services still rising amid COVID-19 pandemic: CMHA Middlesex

COVID-19 pandemic.That’s what been seen at the Middlesex branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), which provides support in the region through a number of avenues including its 24/7 support line, a 24/7 crisis line and a 24/7 walk-in crisis centre.

Coronavirus: As case counts climb, London-area crisis centre sees influx of calls “Our calls since March have doubled to our crisis line, Reach Out, and they just continue to go up,” said Karna Trentman, the director of community services for CMHA Middlesex.Similar increases in demand have also been seen at My Sister’s Place, a CMHA-linked agency that provides drop-in and wraparound services for women.“We have been giving out meals (at My Sister’s Place) since COVID hit and now.

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