May is Mental Health Month

So much has changed in the last several weeks, we had no idea that our worlds were going to be turned upside down by the coronavirus.

Or that the associated worry, isolation, loneliness, and anxiety would be something that everyone, across the country and around the world, would experience.

The isolation and uncertainty of COVID-19 is difficult for everyone, and especially those who may already be suffering from a mental health issue.

Please call or text us (Call 211 or text HOPE to 20121) if you or someone you love is struggling emotionally or needs to be connected to resources during this time.

If you have a workplace, group, club, school, etc., that is meeting virtually during the COVID19 crisis, please put them in touch with us (Scott) to schedule a mental health moment for your next Zoom, WebEx, call, etc.

Also, for coping with COVID19 situation, we’ve created tip sheets for family discussionparents of teensparents of young children, and teens.

Thankfully, there are many resources out there, but please feel free to use these as you see fit or share with others.

Stay healthy and safe!