The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted current and future realities in a myriad of ways. Since the first announcement of lockdown measures in Québec on March 13, 2020, the province has shifted and adapted to entirely new ways of living, witnessed their loved ones get sick or pass away, faced financial hardship due to widespread job loss, and faced significant isolation. Young families, in particular, already often with limited support, have lost or experienced reduced access to their support systems of childcare, grandparents, community organizations, health services, and recreational activities, placing the task of caring for children often entirely on the primary caregivers. In turn, there have been marked mental health effects on primary caregivers. It is for these reasons that Collective Community Services (CCS) chose to undertake this study and examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the mental health and wellbeing of their clients and community. A total of 51 community members participated in the survey, with 96% stating that they have felt particularly isolated and anxious during the pandemic.