It’s been difficult since the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we live. It’s more important than ever to remember to continually check in with yourself and your loved ones.
As this crisis continues to unfold, we are committed to providing Canadians with reliable, up-to-date mental health information and tips that can help them protect the health and safety of themselves, their families, and their neighbours.
Here are three new coping resources:
- Back to school during COVID-19: Helping with children’s anxiety
Because of COVID-19, many children are experiencing higher levels of worry and distress about going back to school. The above information sheet presents some strategies to help you identify your child’s level of anxiety, and support their mental health.
- Return to work during COVID-19: Strategies to maintain your mental wellness
The above information sheet presents some strategies to support your mental health during the stressful transition as you return to work. Or if you or a loved one are looking for resoruces around coping with job loss from COVID-19,
- Alcohol and COVID-19
There are many reasons why we may drink more alcohol during a crisis, mostly centred on stress. This information sheet explores these reasons, discusses signs that your drinking may be a problem, and provides tips to help you moderate your drinking along with links to further resources.
For access to all of the above resources and more, click here.
Remember, as we continue to be apart, you are not alone. CAMH is here to help you manage your mental health and well-being.
When we all arm ourselves with knowledge, we can start breaking down the barriers that keep people from receiving help when they need it most. Learn more here.