NAMI Guadalupe County

Green ribbons tied around light poles and signs staked out in Central Park remind community members of a local group are set to talk Mental Health Awareness.

With the entire month dedicated to the topic, May is a time to discuss mental health awareness. And the folks at NAMI Guadalupe County aren’t afraid to start the conversation and dish out support for those who need it.

Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, many of people find themselves confined to their homes for longer periods than ever before. For those who live alone or even with family, this solidarity and fear of the unknown can lead to more than just boring days or lonely nights on the couch.

Our Voice is the opinion of the editorial board of the Seguin Gazette.

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