Help is available for those with mental health, addiction issues during the pandemic

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — The pandemic has been stressful for many, especially those who struggle with mental health and addiction issues. But, they have access to help.

Jarel Gallman, Executive Director of Retreat Behavioral Health at South Connecticut, spoke with News 8 on Wednesday to talk about what those options are.

Watch the video above for his full interview.

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