From isolation to anxiety to excess drinking, coronavirus has touched almost every area of life. Americans are reporting high levels of emotional distress from the coronavirus pandemic -- levels that point to a national mental health crisis.
The pandemic also comes at a time when people already struggled to get mental health care, often due to cost, lack of access, and a shortage of providers.
Finding the right kind of help can be difficult in the best of circumstances and sometimes impossible for those affected by mental health and substance abuse. Solidarity exists to help those individuals in need and guide them to a world of healing, growth, health, and peace of mind.
That help from Solidarity can only come through generous donations from the community. Please consider making a tax-deductible gift today. Your help could make all the difference in the world for a family in North Carolina.
Act now and partner with us in bringing people out of the darkness and into the light.