Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources

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We are living in stressful times. COVID-19 is impacting all of our lives and affecting each of us in different ways. As this situation continues to unfold it is natural to feel scared, confused, or worried. During times like these, our health—and mental health, too—can suffer, even if we don’t really notice it. Many of us can feel, and in fact are, physically separated or removed from our routines, friends, and families. During this time, separation is often necessary for everyone’s health and safety. And while we are apart or stressed, we do not have to be alone. We may be physically separated, but we can and should stay connected. Please use this list of free resources to support you and your wellbeing during this unprecedented time. 

And remember, we are in this together, we are Stronger as One.

If you or anyone you know is struggling during this difficult time, please contact:

Northern Arizona Crisis Line: 1-877-756-4090

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources

Children, Teens, and Supportive Adult Resources

Resources for Healthcare Workers

Resources for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence

If you or anyone you know is struggling during this difficult time please feel free to reach out to any of the below contacts:

Mental and Behavioral Health Providers offering telehealth:

  • The Guidance Center                                                                       (928) 527-1899 
  • Southwest Behavioral and Health Services:                                     (928) 779-4550
  • Child and Family Support Services:                                                  (928) 774-0775
  • Encompass:                                                                                      (928) 645-5113