May is Mental Health Awareness Month. With COVID-19 still very much a reality, it seems even more important now than ever to acknowledge the mental health struggles that so many deal with. With COVID, we have seen a dramatic increase in mental health issues (depression, anxiety, etc.), substance abuse, domestic violence, suicide, etc.
Almost half of all Americans will suffer some form of mental illness during their lives. Itâs estimated that well over 40 million adults willClick here to read more.