May 8, 2020
By Anna Lee
Ken Dority is worried.
Two months into the coronavirus pandemic, Dority, the executive director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Greenville, can see another health crisis approaching.
This one is fueled by anxiety, isolation and what Dority calls “information overload.”
“The biggest fear that I have is that many people are starting to experience post-traumatic stress,more » Read More
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