Social Emotional Resources
MONITOR YOUR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a stressful time for individuals and communities. It is normal to feel anxious and/or worried while listening, reading, or watching the news. While necessary to keep up-to-date and make changes to daily life in order to help control the spread of COVID-19, the constant news cycle coupled with social distancing measures can have a real impact on mental health. It's important during times like these to monitor your own physical and mental health, as well as staying safely connected to your community. Know the signs of stress and when and how to seek help for yourself, as well as loved ones.
- Banning Mental Health 1300 W. Ramsey St. #100, Banning, CA 92220 Phone: 951-849-7142
- HELPLine Crisis/Suicide Intervention Available 24/7. Phone: 951-686-HELP
The Center for Disease Control, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the California Department of Public Health have released a handful of relevant and informative resources below:
- CDC: Mental Health & Coping During Covid-19
- CDC: Stigma and Resilience During Covid-19
- CDC: Helping Children Cope with Emergencies
- SAMHSA: Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks
- SAMHSA: Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health: Social Distancing
- California Department of Public Health: Guidance Documents
- California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance. Covid-19 Resources for Undocumented Californians.
Online or Phone Support Is Available Through a Variety of Free Lines Such As:
SAMHSA's Disaster Distress Line: Call 800-985-5990 or Text 'TalkWithUs' to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor
Teen Line: Call 310-855-HOPE or 800-TLC-TEEN toll-free from 6 pm to 10 pm (PST)
Text 'TEEN' to 839863 from 6 pm to 9 pm for person teen-to-teen education and support.
The Peer-Run Warm Line: Call 855-845-7415 for peer-run non-emergency emotional support
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7): Call 800-273-8255