Mental Health


"IT IS OK NOT TO BE OK"

There are a variety of ways the pandemic has likely affected mental health, particularly with widespread social isolation resulting from necessary safety measures. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, different populations are at increased risk to experience poor mental health and may face challenges accessing needed care. Throughout the pandemic, anxiety, depression, sleep disruptions, and thoughts of suicide have increased for all the population around the world.

If you don't feel ok, just ask for help.

Here you can find all the mental health supporters and services during COVID-19.

You metal health is crucial.  Let experts help you out.