May 12, 2020
By Karina Kling
AUSTIN, Texas — As the coronavirus pandemic persists, you might be experiencing fear, grief, even loneliness. Layoffs, self-isolation and adapting to a new normal are just a few factors that people are struggling with.
Crisis hotlines across Texas are seeing a jump in calls.
“I think we’re also seeing some people who are navigating some mental health issues in ways they haven’t in the past,” said Karen Ranus,more » Read More
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