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Loosening health orders an opportunity for people to access domestic violence supports again

crisis support in Manitoba are encouraging people to access their services as the economy reopens slowly and people begin to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic shut-down.“As far as participants that come to us, they need a connection and they need a place to be,” says Cynthia Drebot, executive director of North End Women’s Shelter.“We provide opportunities for people to come together, gather … so our hope is that while people start to feel comfortable coming into places, people will start to reach out for crisis support that they need, that maybe they didn’t do in the last weeks.” Empty Manitoba family shelters expected to fill up as coronavirus restrictions loosen Drebot adds that while most programs are back in some form or another,..

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