Around the world people are facing increasing mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. People at risk of abuse, employees facing job uncertainty, essential workers, senior citizens, and children are among those most at risk. Coupled with economic and societal uncertainty the coronavirus outbreak has forced millions of Americans to physically isolate. Feelings of stress, fear, and nervousness are normal, and people typically bounce back after difficult times. However, if you or someone you care about, is particularly vulnerable or experiencing stress during this difficult time, there are a number of organizations that are stepping up to help.
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WISCONSIN HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTORY