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Sep 01 • Mental Health

Sunshine Behavioral Health

We created a free resource that has free online support group meetings for people to use during this pandemic. Many AA meetings and others have closed their doors, others are still skeptical of going into group meetings. We are trying to provide help and raise awareness to free online support groups.

phone 855-595-1468
May 01 • Mental Health

Reach Out Oregon

COVID-19 has created restrictions all around the country and our team is ready to respond. Reach Out Oregon is a non-crisis "warmline" listening service for parents & guardians who struggle with emotional, behavioral, & mental health challenges.Other resources:Oregon Child Abuse Hotline - 855-503-7233Lines of Life - 800-273-8255

Mar 31 • Mental Health

Talbert House

Talbert House offers adult and youth outpatient mental health counseling and treatment across Hamilton, Brown, Clinton, and Warren counties through telehealth as well as case management services . Case management services include symptom monitoring and assistance with benefit applications, housing, medication, and other specialty services. To find services near you, call 513-221-HELP(4357).

phone 513-221-4357
Mar 24 • Mental Health

Mental Health Crisis Intervention

Portland Police Bureau Chief Jami Resch calls related to suicide have increased by 23%—that is a 41% increase since this time in 2019. It is vital to prioritize your mental health during this public health crisis. There are resources available to every Portlander. Portland Suicide Lifeline is 503-972-3456—text “help” to 741-741.

phone 503-988-4888
Mar 19 • Mental Health

Mental Health America: COVID-19 Information and Mental Health Resources

To aid individuals and communities during COVID-19, Mental Health America (MHA) has compiled a range of resources and information.

Mar 19 • Mental Health

2-1-1 Connecticut Mental Health Resources

Up-to-date information on programs and services that can assist with mental health care in Connecticut

Mar 19 • Mental Health

Operation Nightwatch

Operation Nightwatch provides a place for those experiencing houselessness, low-income individuals, or those living with mental illness to escape social isolation while also providing a cup of coffee, a meal, and much needed mental health services and food care during a time when other agencies are closed.

Mar 18 • Mental Health

Mental Health Resources to Help People Cope During COVID-19

Fact sheets, websites, and other resources to support the health and well-being of communities impacted by COVID-19

Mar 18 • Mental Health

Youper

A free phone app created by a team of doctors, scientists, and engineers led by Dr. Jose Hamilton, Youper utilizes AI to personalize various techniques to fit your mental health needs. Includes mood tracking, cognitive distortion identification, and guided meditation.

Mar 17 • Mental Health

Kentucky COVID-19 Hotline

The COVID-19 hotline is a service operated by the healthcare professionals at the KY Poison Control Center who can provide advice and answer questions. Please be patient as we are handling a high volume of calls and want to give everyone the time they deserve. For general information, please review the website prior to calling the hotline. Guidance is being added as it becomes available.

Mar 17 • Mental Health

Headspace app

Normally there is a charge for the Headspace app, but it’s currently offering specially-curated "Weathering the storm" collection of meditation and mindfulness content for consumers in English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese. It will also be providing free Headspace Plus subscriptions to healthcare professionals working in public health settings in the US through 2020 to address rising...

Mar 17 • Mental Health

Headspace app

Normally there is a charge for the Headspace app, but it’s currently offering specially-curated "Weathering the storm" collection of meditation and mindfulness content for consumers in English, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese. It will also be providing free Headspace Plus subscriptions to healthcare professionals working in public health settings in the US through 2020 to address rising...

Mar 17 • Mental Health

Centers for Disease Control

The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.