Some companies are giving workers extra time off, including more mental health days.
The human body isn't wired to stay in a constant state of fight-or-flight.
We're living through stressful times, and people are turning to apps to help keep calm.
The programs have been historically underutilized, but interest has increased during the pandemic.
Some districts are trying hotlines, others are offering socially distanced in-person sessions.
Over a fifth of essential workers have contemplated suicide, according to a CDC report.
One Minnesota program offers free mental health care through the state agriculture department.
The apps promise to match clients to online therapists for as little as $40 a week.
Therapists and psychiatrists are just starting to submit their March bills.