Stay Well Resources
All discussion groups available weekly on Zoom.
Learn more and register here: https://bit.ly/3QpqcBO
For free & confidential emotional support any day or
night, call the Stay Well counseling line:
Dial 1-888-535-6136 and press “8”
Talk to a Stay Well counselor for free, confidential help 24/7
Talking to a counselor can help you cope with feelings about how COVID-19 is impacting your life, job and routines
UPSET OR OVERWHELMED BECAUSE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC?
It is normal to feel the way you do during increased times of stress. Many people are feeling this way, and you are not alone.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression affecting
millions of people in the U.S. every year. When winter arrives with its
shorter days and less sunlight, people can experience dropping energy
levels, moods, and motivation. SAD can be especially burdensome
when added to the stress and uncertainty of an ongoing pandemic
For some, the season of “comfort and joy” can bring discomfort, sadness
and dread. Emotions run high when families reunite. Pressure from too
many expectations creates anxiety. Holiday memories can trigger pain
Michigan Stay Well Resources
Visit Michigan.gov/StayWell for helpful resources, such as:
- Videos with coping tips.
- Brochures and guides for families, children, teens, older adults, health care workers, and others – some in a variety of languages.
- A list of hotlines and text lines for those in emotional crisis