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It is no doubt that we are living in tumultuous times and we all can use a listening ear, or shoulder to lean on from time to time. Learning to manage stress in a healthy way can make you, your loved ones, and those around you more resilient.

In Need Of Mental Health Services

In 2019, 19.86% of individuals had a mental disease, or roughly 50 million Americans
Research shows as of 2022, U.S. adults are more suicidal, furthermore adult suicide ideation continues to be on the rise. These are worrying statistics and everyone should be extremely concerned. The world is facing a mental health crisis and more people are in need of help now than ever before.

If you or someone you know is suffering from a mental health disorder: Please seek help NOW:

SAMHSA National Helpline is a great resource for people of all ages who are in need of  mental help or substance use resources. 

SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. 

SAMHSA can be reached at:


Are you suffering from Pandemic Anxiety? You are not alone and you do not have to suffer in silence anymore?

COVID-19 has placed a strong emphasis on physical health, but many of us have also faced issues with our mental and emotional health.

NY Project Hope assists New Yorkers in understanding their reactions and emotions. They provide a hotline for emotional support, educational materials, reputable recommendations, and local provider organizations... entirely committed to assisting you in managing and coping with the changes brought about by COVID-19.

NY Project Hope can be reached at:


In Need Of Postpartum Support?

15% of new moms have postpartum depression, and up to 85% of moms suffer postpartum blues or "baby blues" within 10 days after giving birth. Postpartum depression symptoms are comparable to major depression, except they begin near to delivery and don't go away immediately.

If you or someone you know may be suffering from postpartum depression, do not hesitate to seek help. 

Postpartum Support Center (PPSC) is a community-based nonprofit organization founded in 2019 by a mother who severely suffered from maternal mental health complications in Marin. 

Postpartum Support Center (PPSC) can be reached at:


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