Whether it is anxiety over isolation, stress about finances or fear of the unknown, the pandemic has caused a spike in mental health-related issues across Indiana and the entire country. So, the state has launched the Be Well Crisis Hotline through Indiana 211 to provide around-the clock counseling. Business of Health Reporter Kylie Veleta has more on the need and why it could be a lifesaver for many Hoosiers.

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