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The pandemic has increased the need for mental health care, but social restrictions have made even more burdensome. Add to that the economic downturn and the renewed battle for racial justice, and we're looking at a potential crisis of depression and anxiety.

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WHRO found many people don't know about the program or aren't taking advantage of it. 

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Veterans living with post-traumatic stress disorder are at an increased risk of suicide, and COVID-19 is making that PTSD worse.

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Although the Fourth of July is typically a big day for live music, don’t expect bands to be moving inside for shows just yet.

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In his last regular briefing on COVID-19, Gov. Ralph Northam reviewed coronavirus numbers, announced assistance programs for housing and energy bills, and turned the tables on reporters, asking them a series of trivia questions related to the last few months.

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