Awareness of Americans’ mental health has heightened in the past year – and for good reason.
Americans need access to mental health providers and to the treatments they prescribe.
As the COVID-19 pandemic approaches its fourth month in the U.S., health care providers are growing weary.
Reading the paper or watching the news can be stressful for anyone these days. But those with chronic medical or mental health conditions in particular may run the risk of becoming anxious or depressed.
Patients and advocates for mental health will repeatedly answer the question “Why Care?” this week.