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img text: COVID-19: 1 Year Later Distress centre's programs at SORCe img des: Person wearing a mask sitting at a computer of reception.

This is part three in our multi-part series exploring Distress Centre’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, one year after we first activated our business continuity plan and went remote for the safety of our staff and volunteers. This story looks at the response of our housing programs at SORCe. Please be aware of our “Dos” and...

img des: view of person from the side. person speaking into a headset and looking at a computer img text: COVID-19 1 Year Later: Crisis Program Response with Distress Centre logo

One year of pandemic response at Distress Centre Calgary This is part one in our multi-part series exploring Distress Centre’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, one year after we first activated our business continuity plan and went remote for the safety of our staff and volunteers. It hasn’t been an easy journey; we’ve encountered many challenges and 2021 continues to challenge...

img text: Distress Centre's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus)

January 26, 2021 marks one year since Distress Centre’s first documented COVID-19 related contact. “Distress Centre staff and volunteers faced 2020 with a determination and strength I wouldn’t have imagined possible,” said Jerilyn Dressler, Executive Director. “Despite all of the challenges we faced as a global community, Distress Centre responders continued to answer calls for help 24 hours...

img text: Distress Centre's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus)

Distress Centre continues to support Calgarians by providing 24 hour crisis and 211 phone support, daily chat and ConnecTeen text support. Counselling sessions are being conducted by phone and video. Distress Centre Calgary/211 Alberta South phone services are available in over 200 languages, 24/7. If you need help, please reach out. Contact Numbers/Stats – January 26-November...

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