TOLEDO, Ohio — The last 13 months haven't been easy for any of us.
We've dealt with the uneasy feeling of a pandemic, a country divided, and so many other life stressors.
That's why here at WTOL 11, we want to put an increased focus on mental and emotional health.
We're choosing to lead the way so we all can come out of this stronger and more united.
You'll find content that can help you, your friends and family members through this State of DIS•ease at wtol.com/selfcare and on our YouTube and Instagram pages, in addition to special features on broadcast all week long, starting Monday, May 3.
Join us as we talk with people who have been struggling and finding their way out. We'll present the best from local experts, share FREE resources, and work to come out of this State of DIS•ease better, together.
We want you to join us on this journey at WTOL 11. Let's not be afraid to "go there" as we all open up and get real about life stressors, and how to get to a better place together.
Don't miss it. LIVE interviews, stories, and FREE options to tackle this State of DIS•ease.