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Guide to student mental health during COVID-19

If the global pandemic has left you feeling uncertain, you’re not alone. The rug’s been pulled out from under you, and your expectations for school, work, and your social life have been turned upside down. In such conditions, worry, confusion, and frustration are normal reactions.

But you don’t have to struggle alone… HELP IS AVAILABLE.

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