Resources for Managing Your Mental Wellness

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We all experience daily stressors that affect our mental and emotional health, and we all feel sad or anxious from time to time. It’s important to monitor how we’re feeling and regularly check in on our loved ones.

Often, daily self-care practices can help support overall mental and physical wellness, however, if you or a loved one are feeling overwhelmed or hopeless, it’s important to educate yourself on the signs of a mental health challenge and seek help when needed.

In addition to life’s universal stressors, communities that have been historically discriminated against face additional challenges to maintaining their mental health. Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, nonbinary, and/or queer (LGBTQ+) community experience unique stressors, including micro-aggressions, stigma, and discrimination, that can worsen mental health challenges. Local resources are available that are tailored to your community. Use the It’s Up to Us Resource Tool to help you find the right resources for yourself or your loved one. 

Below you can find a list of various trusted resources to help you navigate mental health challenges and daily stressors in the following categories: 

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