‘Help is on the way’: Where the COVID-19 relief money is going in New York A study published in January on the psychological impact of COVID-19 and restrictive measures to mitigate its spread found that more than half of those who participated had higher than average levels of stress, depression and/or anxiety.
Even as more Americans are vaccinated against the virus every day, a return to some pre-pandemic behaviors in a post-pandemic world can bring about its own triggers. If you or someone you know are struggling with mental health or suicidal thoughts, click here for resources.
In releasing the federal funding, New York would benefit from a surge in mental health support programs and increased access to a variety of care options, according to the lawmaker. Close Modal
Schumer said timely access to mental health care is absolutely critical to combating pandemic-related stress and other serious conditions. Coping with stress amid the pandemic
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