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You don’t have to just feel fine. It’s uncertain times for everyone and many people are experiencing different emotions. Learn about the many ways to stay positive and find new strength.

The sun is shining and the temperatures are rising. It’s a great time to go exercise outside and care for your mind and body. Understand best practices to keep yourself safe when enjoying the outdoors.
The evidence and research is all there—movement of any kind is not only beneficial to your body, but also your mind. Physical activity can help you reduce anxiety, sleep better, and improve your mood. Unsure how to be active while physical distancing? We’ve got you.
There’s no right answer of how you should feel or what to feel right now. Everyone is experiencing a spectrum of emotions, but it’s important to learn how to process and understand them.
Experts weigh in on coping strategies to deal with the various anxieties onset by COVID-19. You are not alone with your emotions.
We all have a lot of emotions during the pandemic and you aren’t alone in feeling those. While there might not be just one label for how you're feeling, discover some approaches to navigate this uncertain time.
Look no farther than this free app to help you implement strategies to address depression, anxiety, anger, and stress with tactics such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Navigating your emotions during the pandemic is hard, but how do you help your kids? From physical distancing to a lack of schedule, it can be hard to know where to start.
Discover over hundreds of playlists for guided meditation to help you build a foundation of calm to address stress, anxiety, or sleeplessness.
COVID coach is an app that helps you track, favorite, and discover resources that work for your journey to addressing mental health issues and self-care during the coronavirus pandemic.
Check in with how you are feeling and discover activities to help you manage. Whether it's sleeplessness, anxiety, anger, confusion, or any emotion in between, there are strategies to help you cope.
It might feel impossible to reduce anxiety during these unsettling times, however there are methods you can implement to help calm your nerves. Being in a constant state of anxiety isn’t healthy for your mind or body.
African Americans are 20% more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the rest of the general population. Discover a safe place to break the stigma and learn more about mental health.
While the gym might be closed, exercising outdoors isn’t off limits. Check out these great ideas to get your body moving outside, while still staying safe.
Take small steps for a big change. hiMoment breaks self-help books into manageable, bite-sized exercises to help work your way to accomplishing a larger goal.
Meditation can be particularly helpful during challenging times. Walk through a beginners guide to learn how to develop your meditation practice.
From video meetings, family updates, to virtual learning, we’re finding ourselves in front of screens more than ever. So, how do you find balance and still feel connected to your community?
The Steve Fund is helping address the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color, including adolescents, college students, and young adults and their families. Find information and tips to help find grounding in the midst of the pandemic.
With this free and easy to use app you can learn the principles of meditation and spiritual guidance to help reduce anxiety, stress, and cope with other emotions you might be experiencing.
Going to the gym during coronavirus might not be an option, but there are still ways you can break a sweat at home.

We've worked with physicians and mental health professionals to gather resources for helping people cope with the challenges of COVID-19. Our hope is that the habits we make now will last longer after the pandemic ends.

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