Resources for wellness, recovery, and connection during COVID-19

Resources for wellness, recovery, and connection during COVID-19

 

 

For Everyone

 

Taking Care of Yourself During a Public Health Crisis

This document outlines steps you can take to care for yourself during difficult times. Developed by the Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC.

 

Yoga to Relax and Restore

We are hosting online yoga classes every Friday.

 

Managing Relationships in a Time of Social Distancing

Robert Waldinger is hosting a series of “kitchen table chats.” Dr. Waldinger is the director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development, which is possibly the longest study of adult life ever done. The study has documented the critical importance of relationships and connections in our lives, to support health, wellness, and longevity.  

 

Five Mindful Habits for All to Increase Happiness and Connection

A virtual resource from the New England Mental Health Technology Transfer Center's Childhood-Trauma Learning Collaborative (C-TLC) designed to help families and schools cultivate mindful habits to reduce stress and anxiety and increase happiness and connection.

 

By State

We have created state-by-state resources for people in recovery and those struggling with mental health challenges. We encourage you to take advantage of these resources and share them far and wide!

 

Connecticut

Maine

Massachusetts

New Hampshire

Rhode Island

Vermont

 

Use this graphic to share on social media.

 
 

For Mental Health Professionals

 

Self-Care in Overwhelming Times

On April 15, we explored how we name what we’re experiencing, how we stay healthy in body, mind, and spirit; and how we keep gentleness and compassion alive for self and others. New England MHTTC’s Ken Kraybill facilitated this conversation.

 

Practices for Mental Health Professionals During Pandemic-Related Social Distancing

As we deliberately increasing the physical space between us to stop or slow down the spread of COVID-19, mental health professionals face significant roadblocks to daily work. This product developed by the South Southwest MHTTC, provides tips for the mental health workforce on supporting behavioral health during social distancing.

 

Helping Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams Deal with the Impact of COVID-19

The Northwest MHTTC is partnering with the UNC Institute for Best Practices at the University of North Carolina to host and facilitate weekly meetings for ACT teams and ACT stakeholders.  

 

Multilingual Resources

 

The World Health Organization (WHO) has assembled the following resources on coping with stress, offered in several languages:

 

Arabic

Chinese

English

French

Russian

Spanish

 

 

If you are looking for resources not listed here or have a suggestion, please contact us at newengland@mhttcnetwork.org. Thank you for your hard work!