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Tips to manage mental health during stay-at-home period

Tip: Keep things in perspective

With news of the Province’s current stay-at-home order, Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Niagara reminds people that they can take some simple and basic steps to help them manage their mental health during these challenging times.






For more tips, check out CMHA Ontario Division’s BounceBack mental health tip sheet to support those who may be experiencing heightened mental health challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are noticing that your symptoms of anxiety (related to COVID-19 or otherwise) are causing you significant distress or are interfering with your ability to function normally, consider participating in Ontario’s Structured Psychotherapy Program, which offers a mix of services, including CMHA’s BounceBack program. BounceBack is a free skill-building program for adults and youth 15+ who want to gain practical life skills to help them better manage their symptoms of low mood, mild-to-moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry. For more information or to see if the BounceBack program may be right for you, visit bouncebackontario.ca.

If you’re in need of support, contact CMHA Niagara at 905-641-5222, or call or visit Connex Ontario (connexontario.ca; 1-866-531-2600).


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