NOTE: This article appeared in the Wilmington News Journal on May 11, 2021:
Not long after COVID-19 started shutting things down last year, I got a call from my sister. Her oldest, a 13-year-old who had been
MHRB is excited to launch our part of Ohio's COVID Care Program. Through a grant from the federal government and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS), the board is promoting the
Right about now, parents and kids alike would be starting preparations for the first day of school. Or for some, maybe that school year would already be underway. Either way, parents might be rejoicing and kids - well,
It's been a difficult few months for all of us under stay-at-home orders while coronavirus runs rampant through our communities. We've seen restlessness among Americans, both locally and across the country, who want
The phrase keeps getting bantered about these days: Let's get back to normal.
While the coronavirus continues to ravage some states and countries and the death toll mounts, it seems many of us want to find some
I never really thought I was depressed.
It just felt like a normal "down" feeling - something like I felt when I got a tough job review or someone said something negative about something I thought was a nice gesture.