When people reach out in need of mental health care, they’re likely experiencing some sort of crisis. “And the longer they have to wait to see a provider, the more susceptible they become to struggling with the mental health issues they have and/or suicidal ideations,” said Kirsten Belaire, director of behavioral health at Mt. Carmel […]
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