Depression

Depression goes beyond just feeling unhappy or sad for a couple of days. Many people struggle with depression and even more so now, can be having a tough time dealing with their mental health while navigating through COVID-19.

Finding solutions to managing your mental health during COVID-19 can feel like another added task. Lisa Damour, PhD, has broken down coping with stress, meltdowns, and anxiety into simple one pagers available in English and Spanish.
More than Sad provides resources and tools to learn about recognizing depression in teens and ways to help those struggling with their mental health.
If you or a loved one are self-harming or experiencing suicidal thoughts, discover how to start getting help.
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.
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.
If you or a loved one are struggling with mental health challenges, abuse, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, there is help on the other side. Text a crisis counselor to obtain the support you need.
Everyone reacts to stressful and uncertain situations differently. It’s normal to have a variety of emotions—especially when in the midst of a global pandemic.
Mental health struggles don’t discriminate by color, race, gender, or identity. However, breaking the stigma in communities or finding a provider who understands you can be challenging.
Depression can be common in older adults but it’s not a normal part of aging. Understand the signs, symptoms, and what to if you or a loved one are struggling with depression.
SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.
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.