Mental Health | Resources
Burrell Behavioral Health is offering a variety of resources to help manage the emotional and physical health of our communities. Learn more about group therapy opportunities and other resources: https://www.burrellcenter.com/covid19response/
In this time of uncertainty, it can be easy to feel nervous, scared and full of anxiety. Combat those feelings with good information and great peer support. Missouri Family to Family is here to help. They can work with you to find a solution to those tough problems you may be facing right now as well as connect you with peer supports when what you really need is a listening ear and sympathetic connection. Learn more here: http://mofamilytofamily.org/
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Southwest Missouri is continuing to host support groups for panic, anxiety, OCD, depression, suicide survivors, and more. Please visit their Facebook for more information about participating in groups: https://www.facebook.com/NamiSwmo/
Show Me Hope is Missouri’s crisis counseling program (CCP) in response to a disaster or critical event. Counselors are based in the local community to teach coping and stress management skills to anyone dealing with the anxiety and uncertainty caused by the event. The CCP helps individuals and communities recover from natural and human-caused disasters through community outreach and access to resources including mental health services. Learn more at https://www.moshowmehope.org/ or https://dmh.mo.gov/disaster-services/crisis-counseling-program
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