During the pandemic, psychologists have reported bigger workloads and longer waitlists for current and potential clients. But they say there aren’t enough workers to meet the demand.
Reset discusses how the workforce shortage is affecting Illinois’ mental health care system and how Chicago social service organizations are stepping up to help.
GUESTS: Alexa James, executive director of NAMI Chicago
Natali Rehman, director of behavioral health at the Inner-City Muslim Action Network
Jennie Hull, chief program officer for Lakeview Pantry