Pause. Connect. Reset.
Everyone talks about stress, but what is it exactly?
Stress can come from many sources and isn’t always bad. Negative stress can result from too many demands on your time like arguments with friends or family, or being bullied. Positive stress can happen too, like when you play a game or prepare for a test.
Either way, stress over a long period of time can impact your mental and physical health.
It’s time to pause, connect, reset.
Stress Hacks has information to explain stress and help you to manage it!
The Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba has started an anxiety support line to help people cope with the stress of COVID-19.
Starting on Monday March 23, 2020, people can contact the support line at 204-925-0040 to speak to one of the organization’s staff.
The support line will be answered and checked regularly between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends.
Teen Clinic Mental Health Toolkit
Healthy Child Manitoba has developed this toolkit to provide relevant, stakeholder-driven, accessible resources for first-contact providers working with youth who have common mental health concerns.
13 Reasons Why
The Canadian Mental Health Association joins with the Centre for Suicide Prevention in raising concerns about content in 13 Reasons Why, a recent Netflix series that depicts the suicide of a young woman, and its aftermath.
Supporting Successful Service Transitions for Youth
Four common standards to help make the transition pathway from youth to adult mental health and addiction services as smooth as possible. Successful transitions happen through coordinated planning and client-centered supports.
Simple research-based quizzes and tools, Mindgaugehelps you track your mood and lifestyle, so you can move towards a healthier happier you. Available on Android and iOS.
Kids Help – Crisis Phone Line – click here for texting and phone information.