Even in the best of times, mental health and illness tend to be minimized by U.S. health care. That problem is now magnified by an extended period of social isolation, economic disaster and fear. How can Americans cope with this building mental health crisis? Amna Nawaz talks to Dr. Joshua Gordon of the National Institute of Mental Health and former Rep. Patrick Kennedy of the Kennedy Forum, which focuses on mental health issues.
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