Mental health aid evolves post-COVID

THE COUNSELING SERVICE of Addison County has been adapting its offerings to the needs of a growing clientele struggling in a “post-COVID” world. Pictured here, from left, are CSAC staffers Alexander “Sandy” Smith, director of Adult Mental Health Services; Alexis Euler, director of Organizational Development; LuAnn Chiola, director of Youth & Family Services operations; and Greg Mairs, director of Developmental Services. Independent photo/John Flowers

For workers at Counseling Service of Addison County, the pandemic is still very much “a thing,” and they’re tailoring their programs and outreach to help restore peace of mind for their clients and the community as a whole.

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