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Our mental health affects how we think, feel, and act.

Everyone has good days and everyone has hard days. Sometimes the hard days pile up and feel like too much. At these times, we may struggle to deal with stress, do our work, or be the person we want to be. These good days and bad days can be related to our mental health.

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In an emergency, or if you need immediate medical attention, call 911. If you feel like you want to hurt yourself or another person, call 911. If you are looking for treatment, help is available. Call the Action Line 1-800-467-3135. For youth in crisis, contact Mobile Crisis Intervention Services.

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COVID-19 Assistance for Community Health

Do you want to talk about ongoing effects of the pandemic? Are you having a tough time? Support coaches can help connect you to a variety of supports. With newly expanded services, coaches will coordinate care and assist you every step of the way. No problem is too small.

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I’m worried about my mental health.

If you think mental illness may be preventing you from doing important life activities, it’s time to get help and support. Learn about the signs of mental illness, how changes in the brain can impact how we think, act, and feel, and what help is available.

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Is the vaccine really safe? I hear all kinds of things!

The COVID-19 vaccines are the best way to protect yourself from the virus. These vaccines were under development for nearly 20 years and are now keeping people from serious illness and from being hospitalized. For more on vaccine safety…

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In an emergency, or if you need immediate medical attention, call 911. If you feel like you want to hurt yourself or another person, call 911. If you are looking for treatment, help is available. Call the Action Line 1-800-467-3135.

pandemic & trauma

Traumatic life events can suddenly affect your mental health

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Foggy? Tired? Sad? What’s the deal with the pandemic blah’s

Some mental health professionals call it “languishing,” when you don’t have signs of mental illness but you’re not at your best either. Learn some expert tips to turn it around.

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3 mental health problems soaring during the pandemic

Since the beginning of the pandemic, eating disorders, substance use, and suicidal thoughts are all on the rise. But why?

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i've been feeling...

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LONELY

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SAD

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ANGRY

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ANXIOUS

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BURNT-OUT

Learn more about the feelings and symptoms you may be feeling.

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