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  • We're in this together.

    With the spread of COVID-19, behavioral health is more important than ever. To support our growing global community, MindWise is providing access to as much information and as many coping resources as possible.

Anxious about Coronavirus?

We’re offering our anxiety screen for free to anyone who needs it during this unprecedented global crisis. Follow the link below to assess your level of stress and be connected to resources.

Free Behavioral Health Support

Our behavioral health experts are offering businesses a free half hour of virtual support to help:

  • educate employees on symptoms of depression, anxiety, etc.,
  • communicate the importance of behavioral health and related resources,
  • and ease employee anxiety around using technology to work remotely.

Resources for How to Manage Reactions to COVID-19

Click below to download our experts’ advice for how to use a proven framework of safety, predictability, and control for coping with uncertainty during these difficult times. .

Resources for Parents

With parents trying to juggle work, parenting, and the daily stress of life – health and safety have never been more important. Click below to download our experts’ advice for parents during this difficult time.

Video Library

MindWise Expert and Senior Clinician Nancy Ginty Butler, LICSW, offers some professional and practical advice on coping with stress during times of crisis in the three clips below.

Learn more about how MindWise can help your organization.

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CDC Information

Click below to access resources on Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control.

SAMHSA Information

Click below to download an informational flyer from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration onĀ Tips for Social Distancing, Quarantine, and Isolation During an Infectious Disease Outbreak.

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