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As COVID-19 evolves, Ontario is taking further steps to inform the public on the status of the virus across the province.
The Government of Ontario is taking strong action to protect children and youth, support survivors, raise awareness and hold offenders accountable by releasing Ontario's new anti-human trafficking strategy today.
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Every year, more than one million Ontarians experience a mental health or addictions challenge, which can have a serious impact on their quality of life, including the ability to go to school or make a living. Following extensive consultations with experts, grassroots organizations, health care providers on the frontlines and first responders, as well as people with lived experience and their families and caregivers, Ontario is launching Roadmap to Wellness: A Plan to Build Ontario's Mental Health and Addictions System.
As the scope of the COVID-19 outbreak continues to increase internationally, Ontario is taking action to ensure the province's readiness to contain and respond to a range of outbreak scenarios.
Today, the Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, announced Ontario is implementing an enhanced response structure that formally brings together a wide range of partners to review, strengthen and implement provincial and regional plans and ensure their responsiveness to the specifics of COVID-19.
The new response structure will comprise a number of tables with specific mandates:
Ontario is investing in critical upgrades and repairs in the province's mental health and addictions system so community-based agencies can continue to deliver quality care to patients and their families.
Today, the Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, was joined bythe MPP for Flamborough-Glanbook, at Wayside House of Hamilton to announce that Ontario is providing over $200,000 to support infrastructure upgrades to the facility.
Ontario is continuing to work towards an inclusive and barrier-free province through its comprehensive accessibility framework, with four key areas:
Yesterday, with the proclamation of the Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence Act, the new Mental Health and Addictions Centre of Excellence has been formally established within Ontario Health. This new centre will serve as the foundation on which the province will build a comprehensive and connected mental health and addictions system.
Today, the Minister of Long-Term Care, was at The Village of Tansley Woods to announce the government and the sector have completed a total of 18 recommendations in response to the key recommendations in the Public Inquiry into the Safety and Security of Residents in the Long-Term Care Homes System, including a directive from the Minister to long-term care homes on safe medication management.