It's important to pay attention to what's going on with you or someone you care about, because what may seem like "everyday stress" can actually be:
We've provided some helpful resources below to help
Information can serve to reduce stress that triggers a mental health crisis. Be prepared with downloadable resources you can print and share.
Mental Health First Aid has provided timely articles and information to navigate the anxiety and stress produced during the outbreak.
More information from the folks at Mental Health First Aid on how you can safely assist those struggling with anxiety or depression during COVID-19 outbreak.
This is a stressful time for us all. Use these tips from the MHFA curriculum to take care of your mental health while practicing physical distancing
COVID-19 has changed our lives in ways we never would have imagined. Kids, too, may be feeling worried - especially if they already have an anxiety disorder. NAMI has provided helpful information.
NAMI has great coping strategies! The coronavirus can significantly affect mental health for everyone, but especially for those with mental illness. Acknowledging, recognizing and acting on mental distress is key to lessening impact.
Mental Health America of Greater Dallas, recently hosted a Panel series featuring Dr. David Henderson. Learn what fear and anxiety can do to your body and your life, and learn ways to keep mentally healthy in these scary times.