Coping During the Pandemic???

The Pandemic has put a lot of mental strain on many of us and has challenged our ability to cope in this unfamiliar environment. As such there has been an increased need for mental health services and other support. These are a few resources that may be helpful:

Turning Point, a free Community Resource of the University of Kansas Health System, is offering extensive on- line classes during this time of social distancing. Regardless of where you receive healthcare, Turning Point welcomes individuals (and their support persons) who are dealing with the challenges of serious or chronic illness. For a schedule of classes or for more information about joining Turning Point, call 913-574-0900 or

‘myStrength’    Click here: myStrength: follow link to register

  • Amidst the stress of the current coronavirus crisis, the Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare is offering the application myStrength.  myStrength is a self-help resource that is available 24/7, is private and confidential, and provides information and inspiration on a multiple topics. myStrength offers content and resources on including Coping Skills During COVID-19, stress management, depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, chronic pain, sleep disturbance issues, and more.
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