Requests for mental health care higher than ever for racialized communities hardest hit by COVID-19

Policymakers urged to address the inequities that made visible minorities more vulnerable to COVID as the city and province look to move forward from the pandemic.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 40 people walked through the doors of Across Boundaries daily, looking for anything from art therapy, to literacy lessons, to a healthy meal for breakfast or lunch.

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