Active Minds - Active Minds is a nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults. Here you can find resources to help your student manage the stress of returning home from college.
Coronavirus Sanity Guide - These free resources from Ten Percent Happier include mediations, blog posts, podcasts and talks to help build resilience and calm anxieties.
Family Hospice Care - will be offering Bereavement Groups VIRTUALLY beginning on
Friday, July 24 from 9:00am-10:00am. If you have experienced the death of a loved one, are interested in participating, or have questions, please contact TR Barto, LCSW at 760-674-3344.
Helping Children Cope with Emergencies - Regardless of your child’s age, he or she may feel upset or have other strong emotions after an emergency. The CDC has put together tips that can help your child reduce stress before, during, and after a disaster or traumatic event.
Mental Health and Coping - The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.
National Domestic Violence Hotline - Abuse is about power and control. When survivors are forced to stay in the home or in close proximity to their abuser more frequently, an abuser can use any tool to exert control over their victim, including a national health concern such as COVID-19. In a time where companies may be encouraging that their employees work remotely, and the CDC is encouraging “social distancing,” an abuser may take advantage of an already stressful situation to gain more control.
Safe Family Justice Centers - For victims trying to shelter in place, we know that they may not be safe at home right now and that access to seek help is likely to be even more limited. It is important for us and our victims that you are aware that services are still available from our centers should you receive an inquiry from an individual looking for help.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline - Feeling anxious, confused, overwhelmed or powerless is common during an infectious disease outbreak. People that are feeling emotional distress related to COVID-19 can take action to help support themselves and others.
Taking Care of your Behavioral Health - Ways to care for your behavioral health during and after social distancing, quarantine, and isolation.