(WTNH) — After the COVID-19 pandemic, a state shutdown, mass unemployment and disruption of school and family life comes Isaias, one of the most devastating tropical storms to hit Connecticut since Sandy in 2012. Enough is enough.
“This sort of disaster over the last 24 hours has absolutely pushed some people to their limits,” said Patricia Rehmer, president of the Hartford HealthCare Behavioral Health Network, a day after more than 715,000 Connecticut households lost power when Isaias swept through the state. “So we’re really encouraging people to think about the coping skills that have worked in the past.”
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