Accommodation can reduce unemployment

People with mental illness have skills and ‘want to work very badly’

The 20 per cent of Canadians who have, or will experience, a mental illness face many barriers to employment, including gaps in work history, limited employment experience, lack of confidence, fear, anxiety, workplace discrimination and social stigma, according to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).

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