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And she has paid a price — her relationship choices at times have left her terrified, humiliated, bruised. Eventually, she was left with just two choices: She could keep taking it, or she could ask for help. So you have to pick yourself up by the bootstraps and say, I can do this. But she knows how it feels to run out of choices, and that during the COVID pandemic women living in abusive situations feel more isolated than ever in the homes they share with their tormentors.
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Catharines, I know a lot of people, my family — I have eight brothers and sisters and I have aunts and nephews and nieces. This year, then, was trouble waiting to happen due to COVID forcing people to spend more time at home and avoid family and friends. The s illustrate her point: In the first four months of the pandemic, police reported being called to fewer cases of assault, sexual assault and most property crimes, according to Statistics Canada. But other calls for help increased sharply — domestic disturbances up 12 per centpeople in mental health crisis 11 per cent and general welfare checks 12 per cent.
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Most years, it receives about 3, calls for assistance, either a safe place to live temporarily or help with legal, counselling or transportation issues. That added cost comes as the pandemic — and all its requirements for social distancing and avoiding large crowds — made the usual fundraisers nearly impossible to organize. So we had to get vinyl mattresses, so we could easily sanitize and make sure a room was ready right away when a woman needed us, instead of having to wait a couple of days until we were certain the mattress was free from the virus.
And the work their staffs do is about more than simply keeping clients safe for a few days or weeks. Children who grow up in an abusive home, they say, are more likely to be perpetrators or victims themselves later on. Gauthier acknowledges the pandemic — with its stress, job losses and sometimes, death — has created dangerous situations in homes that otherwise might have remained safe. Elizabeth Hammond still lives in St. Catharines, in an apartment she loves.
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But no woman is ever turned away, says executive director Jennifer Gauthier. This time, she made the right call.
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