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A study published in the journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity found that more than half of people who survive COVID-19 later develop a mental health condition such as depression or post-traumatic stress disorder.

The One COVID Side Effect That Scares Even Doctors

September is National Recovery Month, an observance to reflect on recovery and a reminder that a life free of addictive substances is possible.September is National Recovery Month, an observance to reflect on recovery and a reminder that a life free of addictive substances is possible.

Establishing and maintaining recovery during a pandemic | Downriver Life | thenewsherald.com

As we clear the path towards a COVID-normal, mental illness prevention must be prioritised. Including it as a focus of the National Preventive Health Strategy could be a start.As we clear the path towards a COVID-normal, mental illness prevention must be prioritised. Including it as a focus of the National Preventive Health Strategy could be a start.

We can't ignore mental illness prevention in a COVID-19 world

We can't ignore mental illness prevention in a COVID-19 world

FAMS, which now operates from a permanent base in Motherwell, will also hold its annual “walk and talk” event at Strathclyde Park next month. FAMS, which now operates from a permanent base in Motherwell, will also hold its annual “walk and talk” event at Strathclyde Park next month.

Wishaw charity uses Suicide Prevention Week to remind people to look out for each other - Daily Record

With subsidised telehealth sessions due to expire in two weeks, mental health experts urge the Federal Government to extend the service, arguing they are a critical defence against the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic.With subsidised telehealth sessions due to expire in two weeks, mental health experts urge the Federal Government to extend the service, arguing they are a critical defence against the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The pandemic is increasing anxiety and depression among young adults. Here's what can be done about it.The pandemic is increasing anxiety and depression among young adults. Here's what can be done about it.

There Was A College Mental Health Crisis Before COVID-19. Now It May Be Worse. | HuffPost Canada Wellness

Local mental healthcare provider says the number of people reporting issues in the last 30 days is "alarmingly high"Local mental healthcare provider says the number of people reporting issues in the last 30 days is

COVID-19 Pandemic Taking a Toll on Mental Health

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Lifeline chairman John Brogden has warned of a coming wave of mental ill health and suicides as the coronavirus recession deepens, calling for targeted welfare support to protect the most vulnerable.Lifeline chairman John Brogden has warned of a coming wave of mental ill health and suicides as the coronavirus recession deepens, calling for targeted welfare support to protect the most vulnerable.

Move to online counseling during COVID-19 outbreak helping reduce teen suicide ratesThe COVID-19 pandemic is putting health care front and center for so many of us right now, especially our mental health.

CORONAVIRUS: Move to online counseling during COVID-19 outbreak helping reduce teen suicide rates

Australians are embracing mental health services like never before, reducing the stigma that has long been attached to issues such as depression and anxiety. Australians are embracing mental health services like never before, reducing the stigma that has long been attached to issues such as depression and anxiety.

Aussies reduce mental health stigma during COVID-19