Mental health wellness series begins Wednesday
WOODSTOCK – Just as we all have physical health, we have mental health. Sometimes one or the other, or both, can suffer illness.
“As a society, we don’t have a problem talking about our physical illnesses, no matter how serious they are,” said Dick Peterson, a state-certified recovery support specialist with McHenry County Public Action to Deliver Shelter, a division of Pioneer Center for Human Services.
“That was not always the case,” he said in a news release. “You only have to go back a generation or two, and people were silent about or unaware of cancer. But that changed.
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