Conversations with Rich Bennett

Are You Suffering From Behavioral or Mental Health?

October 12, 2020 Rich Bennett / Jennifer Redding
Conversations with Rich Bennett
Are You Suffering From Behavioral or Mental Health?
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On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich speaks with Jennifer Redding, Executive Director of Behavioral Health at University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health.

1 in 5 people suffers from a behavioral or mental health issue. You may be the 1 or you may know someone that is. Find out how to get help for yourself or someone else.

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