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Small-town Iowans struggle to find mental health services amid COVID-19 pandemic

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Small-town Iowans struggle to find mental health services amid COVID-19 pandemic

Small-town Iowans struggle to find mental health services amid COVID-19 pandemic

Job loss, business shutdowns, closed schools and fears of getting infected with COVID-19 have fueled a surge in reported cases of anxiety and depression among adults, a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation found.

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