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Mental Health and COVID-19
Coronavirus/COVID-19 Mental Health Resources
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health has put together several publications and a long list of mental health resources specific to the pandemic.
Mental Health and COVID-19
Resources on quarantine, grief, boundaries, and more. From the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Stay Home, Take Care
Suggested activities to take care of yourself and others while staying in.
Calm curated a collection of their own materials for uncertain times.
You’re Not Lazy — Self-Isolation is Utterly Exhausting
A potentially comforting piece written by Gillian Sisley for Medium back on March 19, 2020.
How to manage your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic
Article from March 30, 2020. Scroll past the first few paragraphs of outdated news to get to some solid tips.
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Tips for Managing Stressful Times related to COVID-19: Healthcare Workers
Short article and related links. From the Bakken Center at the University of Minnesota.
How To Manage Stress and Anxiety During the COVID-19 Outbreak: Veterans
Tips and additional resources from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Monday through Saturday, 5-10 p.m.: call 651-288-0400 (toll free: 877-404-3190) or text “Support” to 85511 to receive help through peer support to address loneliness, isolation, and increased feelings of anxiety and depression. Operated by Mental Health Minnesota.
Twin Cities Mutual Aid: Neighbors Supporting Each Other
A guide to neighborhood organizing during the time of social distancing.
Culturally Specific Resources
COVID-19 Resource Hub
Events, publications, and other resources, in seven languages, from the Southeast Asian Diaspora Project (SEAD).
The Konnect Line
A culturally lead, community-focused, and easily accessible free peer support warm line for African Americans and other communities of color that provide the community with some comfort in knowing they’re not alone, from HerSilincey.
Report Discrimination Online
Every Minnesotan can call the Discrimination Helpline at 1-833-454-0148 or submit this online form. The helpline is staffed Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. From the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.
Covid-19, trauma triggers, and the Hmong
This video provides a culturally-sensitive perspective on the psychological impact the Coronavirus has on the Hmong.