'You're not alone': How to find mental health resources during a global pandemic
The news is overwhelming: Earlier this month, the U.S. surpassed 400,000 deaths due to COVID-19. Much of the country is still reeling after an attack on the Capital left several dead. Incidents of racial injustice continue to occur across the nation.
For people living with a mental health condition, this time has brought greater uncertainty. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data in August that 40% of participants reported experiencing at least one behavioral health condition or mental health symptom. Nearly 31% reported feeling depressed or anxious and 26% had trauma or stressor-related disorder associated with the pandemic.
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