As Hawaii allows residents to move about more freely, soon low risk, safety-modified businesses will reopen to help restart the local economy. Even so, many residents face post lockdown and financial anxiety, especially for the great numbers of unemployed. If there’s a positive note in any of this, it’s that it has become easier and more acceptable to talk about mental health. In this episode, Kumi MacDonald, the Executive Director of the Hawaii chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) joins Beth-Ann.
This limited series is brought to you by Beth-Ann Kozlovich and Trisha Kajimura of Sutter Health Kahi Mohala in collaboration with Evan Leong of Brain Gain Hawaii.
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**Nothing discussed with Kumi Macdonald in this conversation is meant to diagnose or treat any condition – or takes the place of talking with your own healthcare professionals.**