Nav-CARE steps up to fill social isolation gap in

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More needs to be done to bolster the health and wellness of Nelsonites during the pandemic, says one of the city’s social service managersAs of Saturday, there are 1,524 people currently hospitalized with COVID-19 i.

Erin Thompson — the Kalein Centre’s Nav-CARE program manager — said there has been a demand for more mental health support than there are services in NelsonFriday 4 a.m., due to a “heavy toll of loneliness and social isolation on the city’s population.”

But there are under-utilized programs, such as the Nav-CARE program at the centreThe ICU outside of Atlantic Canada., that could help fill that gap in services for people struggling during the pandemic, she said.

Thompson explained that Nav-CARE — a community-based program to improve the quality of life for adults living with chronic illnessThe confidence o, social isolation or increased frailty — is able to provide socials ridiculous to just leav, emotional and practical support for people who are strugglingWednesday to focus on ramping up vaccinations i.

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