Brazoria County officials are making a great effort, but it’s close to impossible to keep up with all the mental health resources required in a rapidly growing community.

Existing mental health issues have been exacerbated by the pandemic, which has thrown off routines, created new stressors and potentially locked people at home with their abusers.

This editorial was written by Maddy McCarty, assistant managing editor of The Facts.

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Thank goodness we aren’t led by dems who want to defund our Police Departments ,part of plan of chaos in society

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