If you answered yes, we done some research and found a great place to start.

If we have learned anything during the outbreak of COVID-19 and the shut down of just about everything, we have learned that if you are struggling with any issues most of the Hudson Valley has places that we can turn for some direction.

One of those places is Mental Health America of Dutchess County and to make sure we all know how to get some answers we got to speak with Andrew O'Grady from MHA of DC this morning on the Wakin' Up with CJ and Jess Show to help guide us.

Andrew told us that the folks at MHA are manning the phones around the clock to help at 845-473-2500 with most mental health issues and he told us that if they can't help you, they will be able to direct you to getting the help you are seeking.

Some of the stresses that Andrew talked about nowadays include the fear and worry about, not only our health, but the health and well being of our loved ones, some are struggling with changes in sleep and eating patterns and many are dealing with increased use of alcohol and drugs.

If any of those topics are things that you or someone in your life are struggling with MHA of Dutchess County can help you. You can talk to an expert on their website and find information that can lead you in the right direction with any issues you may be dealing with.

Listen to the Wakin' Up With CJ and Jess Show weekday mornings from 6AM to noon on The Wolf. Stream us live through the website, Alexa-enabled device, Google Home or The Wolf mobile app.

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