Mental Health Resources
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- Managing Social Distancing So It Doesn’t Suck! is a great resource targeting youth with disabilities, but offers advice that can be used at every age.
- NAMI Resource Guide for COVID-19
- COVID Coach is a free mental health app developed by the VA for everyone, including Veterans and Service Members. The app helps with coping, self-care, personal goals, and support. It’s not a replacement for professional care but can help as an additional tool.
- How are your teens coping during COVID-19? If they are struggling, or even if they’re doing well, it’s important to talk to teens about their mental health and provide coping strategies for them during this time. Mental Health First Aid has created a list of self-care strategies for teens that is helpful during the pandemic and afterward.
- Download and print this free wallet card with tips on how to manage stress during COVID-19.
- The SC Department of Mental Health offers the SC-HOPES support line open to all South Carolinians impacted by COIVD-19. Call 844-724-6737. Spanish speakers can call 833-882-7696.
- Columbia Area Mental Health Hotline: (803) 898-8888
- Helpline of the Midlands (Suicide Prevention): (803) 790-4357