70% of parents and caregivers of adults reported adverse mental health symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic. 55% reported anxiety or depression. 54% reported COVID-19 trauma and stressor-related disorders. While 39% reported passive or 32% reported serious suicidal thoughts. Parents and unpaid caregivers of adults could benefit from increased access to mental health support and resources. Visit Mental Health Among Parents of Children Aged less than 18 Years and Unpaid Caregivers of Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, December 2020 and February–March 2021 | MMWR (cdc.gov) to read the full analysis.
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