New crisis hotline, same old problems
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Starting Saturday, people in the U.S. seeking help for a mental health crisis can call 988. But the crisis line may not be ready for the influx of calls.
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The Weekly Wrap
"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal talks to ADP chief economist Nela Richardson and Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung about the economic news of the week.
Retail sales rose in June, yet inflation is still a factor in how and where people are willing to spend.
As mortgage rates rise, the housing market in San Francisco has come "to a screeching halt," says Cynthia Cummins.
Young, college-educated workers at individual retail establishments like Starbucks stores are driving many organizing efforts.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline system that 988 will augment has faced problems with staffing and connecting calls to responders.