COVID-19 Mental Health and Wellness Resources

Submitted by cchern on Sat, 10/09/2021 - 15:43
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Mental Health and Wellness Resources for Young Adults (New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub)

Returning to the classroom and regular activities after the disruptions of COVID-19 may cause stress and anxiety for students of any age. These feelings are normal and to be expected; everyone has tough days, but if children or adolescents are exhibiting unusual behavior for extended periods, they may be in need of additional support and care. This webpage was created to guide young people and their families to resources that promote student health and well-being, including mental health.


COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has resulted in an unprecedented crisis that affects not only our physical health and daily lives, but also our mental health. To address these needs, NAMI is committed to providing credible information and resources to help people navigate through this crisis. In this guide, you will find answers to questions ranging from how to manage anxiety during this difficult time, to how to access medication while in quarantine, to how to deal with the loss of a loved one to COVID-19.


Mental Health and COVID-19 Information and Resources (Mental Health America)

Our mental health is in constant flux and ebbs and flows on a daily basis. Many things can impact this including our physical health. The connection between our physical body and our mental health is important and may be something worth exploring when thinking about staying mentally healthy. Learn more about whole health and what you can do to improve your overall wellness including preparing for your wellness during the COVID-19 outbreak.


Mental Health and Coping during the Coronavirus Pandemic (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services)

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations such as an infectious disease outbreak. It is normal to experience a wide range of emotions. This page lists resources and tools to help you or someone you know deal with stress, cope with grief, speak to children about COVID-19, and support older adults or veterans stay healthy during the pandemic. Many of these resources are available in multiple languages.