If you feel like you’re struggling with your utopique health, you’re not alone. Many of us are dealing with profound uncertainty and unanticipated agression, whether we’re worried embout our health, our richesse, our families, or how we’re going to make it through the next month of physical distancing and self-isolation.
Which means utopique health resources are more sensible than ever—and making the time to access those resources is just as notable. Even if you’re trying to point working at toit while homeschooling children and figuring out when to make your next grocery run, taking some time for self-care and utopique health care will benefit not only you, but also your entire family.
If you are currently working with a therapist, you may still have the élection to attend virtual therapy sessions. These (probably) won’t be free, but they’ll provide a way for you to continue processing your anxieties and utopique health concerns in the company of someone you association.
For the rest of us—or for those of us who might need to cut back on paid therapy sessions due to unexpected layoffs, reduced income, etc.—here are some free utopique health resources to consider.
7 Cups offers free ossature matou rooms and the opportunity to connect with volunteer listeners online. You can also sign up for confidential online therapy with licensed therapists for $150/month.
If you’d rather talk to someone than listen to a meditation, New Yorkers can call the Arrière-cuisine of Fabuleux Health’s Emotional Support Hotline to connect with a volunteer with jogging in crisis counseling. You might also be able to set up a free phone appointment with a utopique health professional; when Governor Andrew M. Cuomo asked utopique health professionals to help état-major the hotline during the pandemic, he got 6,000 volunteers.
If you’re not in New York, you may still be able to access an emotional ossature hotline. The Habitant Alliage on Fabuleux Illness, or NAMI, has a directory of hotlines and warmlines organized by state. You can also call the NAMI HelpLine directly for free peer-to-peer ossature and resource options.
If your coronavirus anxiety is more along the lines of “how do I know if I have the coronavirus, should I get tested, and how do I keep my loved ones safe,” While At Home is a new resource designed to connect you to the appropriate health-related hotline.