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MHRB offers tips to alleviate stress during pandemic

SPRINGFIELD — During stressful times, mental health concerns are brought to the forefront.

“The spreading of COVID-19, as well as the uncertainty we’re living with might exacerbate mental health concerns and stress for community members,” said Dr. Greta Mayer, CEO of Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB). “This response to a large-scale traumatic event is completely normal, but there are several steps you can take to help manage stress.”

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Mental health considerations amid COVID-19 pandemic.

SPRINGFIELD (MARCH 20, 2020) — Yesterday, Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) reported the first “presumptive positive” test result for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in a Clark County resident. This positive case only confirms what was already suspected; that there is community spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 in Clark County. Social distancing measures are more important than ever and will most likely increase. We must do everything we can to help protect our most vulnerable residents.

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Clinic to help businesses retain drug-free workforce.

SPRINGFIELD — Never before have employers been forced to deal with the magnitude of issues impacting their ability to operate drug-free: the opioid epidemic, the legalization of medical marijuana, the recent rise in employee use of cocaine and methamphetamine, and the record-setting increase in positive workplace drug tests.

Coupled with the area’s low unemployment rate, finding healthy, drug-free workers has become difficult for many companies in the community.

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