How to find help for depression & anxiety
On this edition of Your Call, we continue our series on mental health by discussing the challenges facing mid-age adults. The CDC reports that 41 percent of US adults exhibited symptoms of anxiety or depression in early 2021. While suicides appear not to have increased during the pandemic, drug overdoses rose alarmingly.
Finding mental health care can be difficult, particularly for underserved populations who have been hit hard by the pandemic. How can adults struggling with mental health challenges find support?
Dr. Tracy Foose, Bay Area psychiatrist with a focus on anxiety disorders, and associate clinical professor of psychiatry at University of California San Francisco School of Medicine
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