Mental Health & Resilience: COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 creates stressful times, but we are resilient and will get through it together. It’s normal to feel sad, overwhelmed, anxious and worried about the COVID virus. Everyone reacts differently, and feelings may come and go. New Mexico Crisis Line is available to help you cope emotionally with free and confidential mental health support. Take care of your mental, behavioral, and emotional health.

Behavioral Health Services Available to all New Mexicans, no matter what your financial ability is to pay. If you or someone you know is experiencing overwhelming depression, anxiety, or grief, reach out to talk to someone free and confidentially. The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line is available anytime, anywhere. Call us at 1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474) for immediate in the moment support.

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed, is awaiting test results, or has been impacted by COVID (Coronavirus) call LLTI at 505-954-1057 to coordinate free online telebehavioral health support and treatment services.

Visit the New Mexico Crisis Line COVID-19 Resources page for more details.

A Closer Look: Mental Health and Resilience within the Disability Community during COVID-19

This webinar presented by Georgia Tech Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation focuses on the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has on our lives and mental health, some unique challenges and surprising outcomes that have emerged within the disability community, and offer tips, resources, and guidance for improving mental health and building further resilience.

To watch a recording of the webinar, download the slide presentation, or read a transcript of the webinar, visit Georgia Tech Center for Inclusive Design & Innovation’s Training page.

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