Mental Health Awareness Week brings attention to self-care during the pandemic

[KARE 11, October 05, 2020] 2020 is testing some people's mental health in ways many never expected. The past six months have been especially difficult for people already dealing with a diagnosed mental illness.

Oct. 4-10 is Mental Illness Awareness Week. The goal is to eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness, highlight the need to make mental health a priority and to remind people that there are treatments if they need them, according to Dr. Meghan Miller, a psychologist with Allina Health.

Posted on October 05, 2020 in Mental Health and AddictionDepressionMental health

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