In the year since COVID-19 upended daily life, mental health struggles have skyrocketed, accelerating an already dire health crisis that some are calling a second pandemic.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The goal is to talk openly about mental health, fight the stigma, offer hope and let others know they are not alone.
This month, DLC is hosting free, virtual presentations addressing common mental health concerns, warning signs, the COVID-19 impact and resources. We want people to take the first action to support themselves and others.
Be part of the solution and make Collier County healthier, happier and stronger.
– Scott Burgess, David Lawrence Centers for Behavioral Health