No matter how you think about it, Covid-19 has directly affected all of us. Many of us have lost loved ones, had our day-to-day routines disrupted, and had our personal and professional lives put on hold. As we all know the physical consequences of covid-19, its psychological impact has been left in the dark.
As you may know, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is commemorating its 70th Mental Health Awareness Week from May 3rd to May 9th. The theme of this year is “#GetReal”, where CHMA wants everyone to “Name it, don’t numb it” by embracing ALL of your emotions, and that during these times of isolation and disconnection, feeling lonely and anxious is okay. For more information, you can visit https://mentalhealthweek.ca/ or https://cmha.ca/.
At canaPHEM, while we believe that mental health awareness is always important, we want to shed more light on the difficulties that many of us have experienced during the covid-19 pandemic. The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has revealed just how detrimental covid-19 protocols have been on Canadians psychological health. Many Canadians have increased feelings of loneliness, anxiety, and depression throughout the pandemic, with many turning to drugs and alcohol to cope. With many of us relying on routine, social interactions, and our interests/hobbies to lead a healthy lifestyle, this has left us with little to no options.
Here at canaPHEM, we want to provide our clients and community with the right products and services to help our return to normal be safe and quick. As a health and safety company, our goal is to help our customers and partners reduce risk, save money, and save lives. We believe that our products and services can help alleviate stress, anxiety and bring peace of mind to our customers.
- N95, 95-e, and 99 Respirators
- Surgical Masks
- Critical Coverings
- Face shields
- Gowns and Suits
We also offer services that look to directly improve mental health issues. Our Psychological First Aid Course through the Canadian Red Cross helps learners develop a personal understanding of mental health difficulties, while also focusing on self-care and personal protection. Some categories include:
- Stress and Distress
- Vulnerable Populations
- Resiliency and Protective Factors
- Look, Listen, Link, and Live Model
As always, if you have any questions or concerns about these products and services, give us a call at (905)-493-7436 and our knowledgeable and friendly staff would be more than happy to help!