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When Pandemic Ends In-Person Meetings, Those Needing Anonymous Mental Health Help May Go Without

Editor’s Note: This article is part of BeaverCountian.com’s ongoing series, “The Beaver County Coronavirus Chronicles,” the county’s historical experience of the pandemic. Click here to see more of the series. BEAVER BOROUGH As a mental health professional for many years in Beaver, psychiatrist Dr. Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia said the coronavirus quarantine has her concerned about two…

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Sandra Donovan
Sandra Donovan
Sandra Fischione Donovan is a BeaverCountian.com contributing reporter. She previously spent 17 years as a reporter and editor with the Beaver County and Allegheny Times and another dozen years as a freelancer for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. She has won local and state journalism awards. A graduate of Penn State University Park, she also holds a master's degree from Carnegie Mellon University.

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