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Choosing the mental health resource that’s right for you: not all are created equal

With the onset of COVID-19, the need for virtual mental health resources has never been stronger, and many organizations have answered the call. From training courses to virtual applications to online therapies, there are more mental health support and education options than ever before. But while many resources claim to improve mental wellness, which ones actually deliver?

To help you make better decisions and feel confident in the tools and supports you choose, consider these questions.

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