January 29, 2021
We’ve seen the creativity of our educators. We’ve seen the shifts in the way we do our jobs. We’ve seen new ways to do business. We’ve seen the resilience of our communities.
We’ve also seen the impact on our frontline workers and caregivers.
Staying safe in the pandemic is more than wearing masks and washing our hands. Staying safe also means taking care of our mental health and well-being.
In the time of prolonged physical distancing, limiting interactions with others, and virtual everything, maintaining our mental health can be tough right now.
It is important to remember that you are not alone; we are all in this together.
We’ve pulled together some resources and helpful information to help connect you to services and add to your wellness activities.
Are you or someone you know thinking of suicide?
If you have an immediate medical emergency, call 911