Increased anxiety is common as we navigate COVID-19 and its broad consequences. Patient care and uncertainty about health outcomes, finances, childcare, travel and scheduled events are highly stressful – all while balancing competing demands, caring for our patients, our families and ourselves.
The NHRMC Resilience Governance Council has compiled many of the resources available to you, including the Employee Assistance Program and the Kind Line (667.KIND), which gives the caller an opportunity to talk to a member of the Spiritual Care team at any time. See the resources here: nhrmc.org/employees/nhrmc-covid19-support/mental-resilience
And here are some additional mental health resources:
Other resources for First Responders
- Code Green Campaign
- Mobile Crisis is a service provided by community agencies that provide an on-site response for people of all ages who are experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis
- RHA Behavioral Health Services: 1-844-709-4097
- Integrated Family Services: 1-866-437-1821