FOX43's Amy Lutz talked with four experts in the mental health field, to address major issues the mental health community is currently facing.
We spoke with:
-Alyssa Ott: Owner & Therapist, Keystone Therapy and Trauma Services (717-276-0684)
-Dr. Charles Mormando: Adult Inpatient Psychiatrist, Psychiatric Director of Admissions - Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute (717-782-6420)
-Danielle Romero: Program Director, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) York-Adams Counties
-Mark Henick: Mental Health Speaker/Advocate, Author of "So-Called Normal: A Memoir of Family, Depression, and Resilience"
NAMI has plenty of free, available support groups for those with mental illnesses, and family members who are also looking to talk.
NAMI Keystone PA will also be holding their "NAMIWalks Your Way" event on October 9th. For more information and to register, just visit this link.
If you are in an experiencing a mental health crisis, please call 9-1-1 or seek immediate medical attention. We have a full list of mental health resources here.