May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As part of the ACA guidelines, mental health is a mandated covered item. We have a serious responsibility as family members, neighbors, work associates, to make a verbal awareness if somebody that we feel is “at risk”. Very seldom does a day go by that we don’t hear something that has to do with mental health, whether it be our veterans with PTSD or our children with ADHD. If you broke your arm and ignored it, you would be wrong. If you had chest pains, and I did not get you help, I would be wrong. My question is, if we know somebody that we feel is not “chemically balanced”, then let’s be compassionate and get them the care they need.
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