Mental Health Matters: You are not alone.
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#FREEYOURFEELS tips for October:
- You aren’t alone in your feelings. Sharing your story might help someone else.
- Be prepared in the event things get too hard. A free resource is the MyGCAL app.
- When was the last time you reached out “just because”? Text a friend a compliment today.
- Don’t be afraid to share your feelings. How can we break through the stigma of sharing our feelings and emotions to professionals?
Mental health is making headlines across the country, especially when it comes to how children and working parents are handling the pandemic. Check out some of these stories (click on the hyperlinks below):
- Children from low income backgrounds show elevated mental health difficulties throughout lockdown
- Study: Service workers, kids see mental health decline in pandemic
- The Coronavirus Seems to Spare Most Kids from Illness, but Its Effect on Their Mental Health is Deepening
- The Pandemic is a ‘Mental Health Crisis’ for Parents
- Pandemic takes mental health toll on working parents, children
- Georgia HOPE blog
HOPE is Here.
If you’re struggling with anxiety, depression, mental illness, drug and alcohol addictions, or an eating disorder, you don’t have to go through this alone. Georgia HOPE has virtual, online, programs, so that you can get the support you need.
We are currently providing Mental Health and Substance Use services throughout the state of Georgia via TeleMental Health. We offer self-pay options as well as insurance coverage.
If you, or someone you know, are interested in services, you can submit a referral online to us to start the first steps or call us at 706-279-0405.
If you’re interested in learning more about our services, please contact us here.
We are all in this together. #HOPEisHere