Pandemic – Care for All in Education
The educational workforce has been struggling for over two years with the challenge of continuing to provide vital front-line services during the pandemic while supporting the educational success of Manitoban students. Increased pressures, physical distancing requirements and the stress and anxiety of dealing with a worldwide health crisis have resulted in many educational workers reaching or approaching the point of mental and emotional burnout.
For this reason, the Canadian Mental Health Associations – Manitoba & Winnipeg, with funding from the Province of Manitoba have partnered to create the Care for All in Education Initiative, providing both a digital mental health and wellness resource of mental health and a dedicated team of wellness support specialists to assist in connecting public education workers with programming and services that they need.
Visit CAREFORALLINEDUCATION.COM to learn more of the support services available to those in need.