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Local experts share advice, mental wellbeing resources

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During these difficult times in the midst of the changes and hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, local mental health experts want to emphasize that “it’s okay to not be okay.” On Friday afternoon, nonprofit organization Bastrop County Cares hosted a virtual town hall meeting via Zoom titled “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.” The purpose of the meeting was to be an opportunity to hear others’ stories and learn about resources to maintain mental health. Krystal Grimes, a local mental health advocate and resilience expert who currently serves as the director of inclusion and resilience for Bastrop County Cares,

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