COVID-19 has changed the definition of normal for most. Post Traumatic Stress is more prevalent now than ever before. Periods of global uncertainty can increase and exacerbate the symptoms of pre-existing mental health problems and result in new symptoms for those who generally don't need or seek our mental health treatment. HEAL is continuing to treat patients with a modified treatment program utilizing social distancing. For more information please review our COVID-19 statement here. If you are interested in seeking services to help manage the effects of this unusual times, please contact Lisa@HEAL.Foundation
Remembering Those Who Died In Service
Memorial Day is about honoring and mourning the military personnel who had died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.
Traditionally, this day is observed by visiting military cemeteries and historical cites or organizing parades featuring veterans. Due to COVID-19, such large gatherings of remembrance will not be possible.
One tradition that we can continue in these new times, is to take a moment of silence on Monday, May 25th at 3:00 PM. Please join us, where ever you are and silently reflect on the lives lost protecting our freedoms.