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"homeless county compass" Discussed on KOMO

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02:16 min | 5 months ago

"homeless county compass" Discussed on KOMO

"Times, 6 36 Behavioral health experts say the second wave of the pandemic is beginning and will only worsen in the coming months. And now they're talking about a potential mental health crisis. We get more on this live from Kemal's Carleen Johnson. Well, according to the state Department of Public Health. They expect 2 to 3 million Washingtonians to experience mental or behavioral health problems in the coming months as a result of the pandemic, this psychiatrist Dr Daniel Bober What I'm seeing in my own patients is an increase in depression, anxiety, insomnia, and maybe if they were using a glass of wine to take the edge off now they're using a whole bottle, so it's definitely something that's impacted them pretty hard. They call it disillusionment as people realized we're not returning to what was normal anytime soon. It is already leading to a surgeon, substance abuse, aggression and then criminal activity and the making matters worse across the state. Code 19 has caused revenues to tumble for a lot of behavioral health agencies and treatment facilities. According to the Everett Herald and the Homeless County Compass Help, which is one of the main ones has already shuddered several of its main sites due to financial troubles. Some of those may never reopen. Reporting live Carleen Johnson. Come on, is the driver accused of hitting two pedestrians on Interstate five this weekend, Killing one is due in court. Today. He's facing a charge of vehicular result, Troopers say, 27 year old wet Khalid was quote reserved and appeared Solan. Even asking at one point of the protesters that were hit. We're OK, We're told He's the registered owner of that Jaguar that plowed into the crowd. Almost Steve McCarron, he says through court documents. We learned that The man agreed to field sobriety tests, which determined he was not impaired during the time of the crash. Several white men from Washington are accused of harassing a black family in Oregon Beach over the weekend. At least six of the seven men arrested are from Clark County. They allegedly performed Nazi salutes and shouted racial slurs at the family in front of the inn at Spanish head in Lincoln City Saturday night. If it is several charges, including disorderly conduct, right and harassment. Caught on camera. The crew from the state ferry Culliton had to rescue a woman from the water during a run from Bremerton to Seattle. One of our former.

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A Mental Health Pandemic: The Second Wave of COVID-19

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:15 min | 5 months ago

A Mental Health Pandemic: The Second Wave of COVID-19

"Experts experts say say the the second second wave wave of of the the pandemic pandemic is is beginning beginning and and will will only only worsen worsen in in the the coming coming months. months. And And now now they're they're talking talking about about a a potential potential mental mental health health crisis. crisis. We We get get more on this live from Kemal's Carleen Johnson. Well, according to the state Department of Public Health. They expect 2 to 3 million Washingtonians to experience mental or behavioral health problems in the coming months as a result of the pandemic, this psychiatrist Dr Daniel Bober What I'm seeing in my own patients is an increase in depression, anxiety, insomnia, and maybe if they were using a glass of wine to take the edge off now they're using a whole bottle, so it's definitely something that's impacted them pretty hard. They call it disillusionment as people realized we're not returning to what was normal anytime soon. It is already leading to a surgeon, substance abuse, aggression and then criminal activity and the making matters worse across the state. Code 19 has caused revenues to tumble for a lot of behavioral health agencies and treatment facilities. According to the Everett Herald and the Homeless County Compass Help, which is one of the main ones has already shuddered several of its main sites due to financial troubles. Some of those may never reopen. Reporting live Carleen Johnson. Come on, is the driver

Carleen Johnson Dr Daniel Bober Department Of Public Health Everett Herald Homeless County Compass Kemal