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YWCA daycares stay open during coronavirus for healthcare workers Tuesday, May 26, at the 1600 N. Brown location in El Paso.

El Paso Times

COVID-19 is challenging the region’s partners to unite, adapt and maximize resources. The good news is that since 2014, El Paso County leaders, champions and advocates from all sectors, have been communicating, coordinating and collaborating to provide timely mental health and addiction treatment and support services for individuals and families in need.  

On Oct. 14, members of the El Paso Behavioral Consortium will convene in a virtual environment for the 6th Annual Consortium Progress Summit. This public event will showcase the work being done to improve the mental health and addiction services available in the region. To register and receive details for the event, visit: https://meetingtomorrow.com/webcast/2020ConsortiumSummit.  

Following the Aug. 3, 2019, tragedy, mental health