Coping with Mental Health During COVID-19

Studies have shown the emotional impact of quarantine during other disease outbreaks and indicate that such isolations can lead to negative mental health outcomes.

During this extraordinary time of uncertainty and fear, it is likely that mental health issues and substance use disorders among people with mental health conditions will be intensified. In addition, pandemics have shown to induce general anxiety across a population and may lead to new mental health and substance use issues.

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital is open 24/7 for immediate support of mental health needs, and we have compiled a range of resources and information on coping with mental illness during the COVID-10 Pandemic, from blogs to webinars and resources within your community. We are in this together.



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