Mental health services available to Maui victims

Its been over two weeks since wildfires in Maui that killed at least 115 people and left an unknown number of others missing, making them the deadliest in the U.S. in more than a century. Officials are turning some of the focus to support the growing mental health needs of residents traumatized by the fires. LiveNOW's Carel Lajara spoke with Dr. Kelly Harnick, a board certified psychologist at the West Maui Counseling Center about overcoming mental health hurdles ahead. If anyone impacted by the fires is in need of counseling services, they can contact them on Facebook/WestMauiCounselingCenter. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

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