During this time, as the COVID19 virus remains highly contagious, we'll use this page to share resources and links for clients, and for providers, as well.
Currently, Advocate Support Services has suspended all group activities and in-person services in an effort to slow contagion and practice physical distancing, as recommended by the CDC and local authorities.
We'll continue to share updated information related to counties we serve, and strive to provide the most helpful information.
Recommended social distancing protocols mean more people than ever are feeling anxious, depressed, or isolated. It’s no surprise, sadly, that suicide hotlines are fielding more calls now than before the pandemic. Amid all this fear and uncertainty, please remember that you are not alone. The mental health community is uniting to show we’ll get through this, together!
The COVID-19 Mental Health Resource Hub – a collaborative effort of the nation’s leading mental health advocacy groups, largest insurance companies, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs – is a free collection of videos and other digital assets developed to help individuals and providers address their mental health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This important collection of resources has all the tools you’ll need to support your community’s mental health throughout the crisis and encourage appropriate coping mechanisms. Visit https://psychhub.com/covid-19/ for a variety of resources, including:
We’re much stronger than we know, especially when we stand together.
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Are there other resources or links that would be helpful to you? Just ask! We're here to serve. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 866-277-2080, extension 74.