NL Human Rights Commission: Demand for Food, Housing Spurs Move Away from Walk-Ins

NL Human Rights Commission: Demand for Food, Housing Spurs Move Away from Walk-Ins

The Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Commission has stopped accepting walk-in clients as demand for housing and food continues to rise. The commission has shifted its priorities to respond to the current housing crisis and food insecurity in the province. They are now focusing on providing direct assistance to those in need. #NLHumanRights #FoodInsecurity #HousingCrisis 馃彔 馃嵅 馃 La Comisi贸n de Derechos Humanos de Terranova y Labrador ha dejado de aceptar clientes sin cita previa a medida que aumenta la demanda de alojamiento y alimentos. La comisi贸n ha cambiado sus prioridades para responder a la actual crisis de vivienda y la inseguridad alimentaria en la provincia. Ahora se est谩 enfocando en brindar asistencia directa a aquellos que lo necesitan. #NLHumanRights #InseguridadAlimentaria #CrisisDeVivienda 馃彔 馃嵅 馃
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