Access to a social safety net means that there are a range of services, benefits, and supports available to citizens throughout their lifetime. This could include provision of supportive housing, employment support services, or childcare. Social exclusion occurs when certain groups are denied the opportunity to participate in Canadian life, which can limit access to cultural, social, and economic resources.
When indiviudals experience social exclusion, it can impact their susceptibility to injury and recieving health services due to their injury, thus affecting their quality of life.
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