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Behavioral Health for Caregivers

Both caregivers and the people you care for can experience mental health challenges. Find information for managing ongoing mental illness as you age or are coping with difficulties. Contact your doctor or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline for immediate help: 800-273-8255.

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