COVID-19: Mental Health Issues and Coping

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The current challenges brought about by COVID-19 for people all around the globe have caused fear, anxiety, and uncertainty for so many of us. It’s important to understand you are not alone in how you are feeling right now, and there are practical, healthy ways to help cope with these emotions. Expand the description to find a list of free, 24/7 hotlines, and text lines below.
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If you or your loved ones are in need of help, please consult the following list of hotlines:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
For anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.
AVAILABILITY: 24/7/365
PHONE NUMBER:
Primary line: 1-800-273-8255
Ayuda en Español: 1-888-628-9454
Video relay service: 800-273-8255
TTY: 800-799-4889
Voice/Caption Phone: 800-273-8255
ONLINE CHAT: suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/
WEBSITE: suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

211 Hotline
For anyone experiencing a mental health crisis, mental health or substance use issues, or abuse and/or who needs help finding supplemental food programs, shelter/housing, utilities assistance, disaster relief, employment and education opportunities, affordable healthcare (including sliding scale services), or other social services.
AVAILABILITY: 24/7/365
PHONE NUMBER: 2-1-1 (180+ languages)
ONLINE CHAT: Varies by location (check website)
WEBSITE: 211.org

The Trevor Project Support Center
For LGBTQ youth experiencing a mental health crisis.
AVAILABILITY: 24/7/365
PHONE NUMBER: 1-866-488-7386
TEXT NUMBER: Text START to 678678
ONLINE CHAT: thetrevorproject.org/get-help-now/
WEBSITE: thetrevorproject.org/

Crisis Text Line
For anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.
AVAILABILITY: 24/7/365
TEXT NUMBER:
US & Canada: Text HOME to 741741
UK: Text 85258
Ireland: Text 086 1800 280
WEBSITE: crisistextline.org

Veterans Crisis Line
For Veterans and service members experiencing a mental health crisis.
AVAILABILITY: 24/7/365
PHONE NUMBER:
Primary line: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)
Support for deaf and hard of hearing: 1-800-799-4889
TEXT NUMBER: Text 838255
ONLINE CHAT: veteranscrisisline.net/get-help/chat
WEBSITE: veteranscrisisline.net/


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17 Comments
  1. Andre Wayne says

    I can feel those people, I am still having issues now. I have insomnia every night. When this pandemic came I was so mad. I was pissed off everyday, I was mad. I hate how the president is handling the virus. Every other country in the world has 0 cases while there is 2 Million Cases in America. I couldn't sleep, I eating has been off, I was depressed. The littlest thing would make me snap.

  2. Aka P says

  3. Arlyn Agarap says

    hi thanks for this! can i use this for our school presentation? 🙂

  4. InspiredLife says

    Many thanks for sharing this with the world

  5. Amazing Supergirl says

    For me, the best ways to help my mental health is get good sleep with my psychiatrist prescribed sleep medicine, stay busy doing things I like, and only allow myself online access to highly reliable Covid info and data every four days.

  6. Gaurav Neupane says

    Mental Health due to CORONA: Short Movie
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5keRNAf_xg8

  7. Alicia Krough says

    I have bad days too

  8. Sakura Moore says

    Now, the world can be a nasty crazy place out there, we need a lot of courage and we need a lot of resilience after that, and we will fall down before we stand up… What really matters is the silence of the night in our conscience, when we are alone. We cannot control what happens but we can use what happens. We have so much reserves of love and support inside us, if we can just remember that in our mind and move on.

  9. angela chao says

    I’m from Mississauga. I started a series on YT called “Mississauga Creates” interviewing local creatives like artist, poets, musicians and we talk about how we use arts to better our own mental wellbeing. Check it out. I interview on Tuesday’s and Thursday!!! It’s a top that needs to be in the light right now during this pandemic.

  10. My Bloody Brain Podcast says

    Enjoyed this

  11. Talia Morstead says

    Researchers at the University of British Columbia are conducting a study on Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Information about the study can be found here: https://delongis.psych.ubc.ca/covid-19-study/

  12. chroniclesofryan says

    Thank you so much for opening up this conversation. VERY needed right now

  13. Presutti Counseling says

    Love this… check out my channel for more mental health videos ❤️

  14. soc doc4u says

    https://socspictures.photo.blog/2020/04/17/this-is-not-the-end/

  15. A.S. Minor says

    I am an avid #MentalHealthAwareness advocate and spoken word performer, and I love this so much. I travel the country trying to bring that awareness on stages, in classrooms, hospitals, and on my YouTube channel, so I get excited when I see other advocates. ?❤

  16. Why Not Spot-It? says

    If you are looking to learn a technique to help manage stress and anxiety, check out http://www.whynotspot-it.com.

  17. KHAEMBA says

    I like this I run a campaign that works on mental health awareness, mind me asking which software you use to create this?

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