Brianna Abbott

health reporter for the Wall Street Journal

Brianna Abbott on KCRW

Americans can now call or text 988 to access the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. But many mental health centers are still understaffed and struggling to keep up with callers.

Dial 988 for suicide hotline. What about consistent therapy afterward?

Americans can now call or text 988 to access the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. But many mental health centers are still understaffed and struggling to keep up with callers.

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