The COVID-19 crisis has caused many people to struggle mentally, socially, and emotionally. UNC offers mental health counseling for individuals struggling with difficult life events and diagnoses like depression and anxiety. Now, with COVID-19 keeping people at home, UNC is offering telecounseling services to help those struggling with the crisis as well as pre-existing diagnoses and other mental health challenges.
UNC’s Vice President of Programs and Services Jessica Wallo, M.A. and Director of Community Health Sarah Bodnar, LCSW recently explained UNC’s mental health services on ECTV. The episode is available for viewing at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fo3TdydmfAM. For more information about UNC’s community health services, call 570-346-6203 ext. 111.