Josée Kreese: How Covid-19 is Impacting Kelowna’s Supportive Housing Population
May 25, 2020
The on-going pandemic has been nothing if not pervasive; affecting people’s livelihood, mental health, physical health, and social support networks. It has caused ripples in our communities, our homes, and our faith in our world leaders as we scramble to support not only ourselves, but our medical workers and our at risk populations. One such population, the homeless, are impacted in ways that many will never experience first hand. To detail the impact of Covid-19 on some of this at risk population, I interviewed Josée Kreese from the Canadian Mental Health Association based in Kelowna, BC.