Aulneau Renewal Centre is offering wellness checks, staffed by counsellors, on the phone and online for anyone who may have anxiety, feel socially isolated and/or have uneasy feelings during this pandemic. Services are open to anyone 16 years and older. For a wellness check-in, call 204-987-7090 or complete your form at aulneau.com.
Sara Riel Inc. is offering three services remotely, on the phone, to anyone 18 years and older:
- The Seneca Warm Line: a 24 hour phone line available to anyone who is looking to sort their thoughts and feelings with a peer who has experience with addiction and mental health challenges. For the Seneca Warm line, call 204-942-9276 or 204-231-0217.
- The Employment Warm Line: for anyone experiencing a challenging financial time or in need of employment, this phone line can help you with your employment issues at this uncertain time. For the Employment Warm line, call 204-237-9263, ext. 137.
- The Employer Warm Line: this phone line is open to managers and employers to help provide resources and guidance on wellness services for themselves and their workforce during this unprecedented time. For the Employer Warm line, call 204-237-9263, ext. 125.
Note: Sara Riel Inc. is still accepting new clients. Anyone facing mental health or addiction challenges can access services at this time.
Youville Centre is offering mental health and health services such as counselling, dietician consult, information on sexual health and much more, for people of all ages (youth, teen and adults).
In the coming weeks, Centre de santé Saint-Boniface will offer online health and wellness programs. Visit youville.ca or call 204-255-4840.
Centre de sant’és Walk-In Connected Care Clinic is open 7 days a week. Following strict protocols, you can come to the clinic to receive services from a nurse or nurse practitioner for non-COVID-19 related illnesses. It is advisable to call the clinic ahead at 204-940-3838 to determine if a clinic visit is recommended. Visit centredesante.mb.ca.
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(source: CBC news)
Print article, March 24, 2020. Features interviews with the Director of Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM),Mary Williams, Psychologist, Dr. Rehman Abdulrehman, and Director of Klinic, Veronica Marshall regarding reactions to COVID-19, tips for coping and resources available to Manitobans.
(source: CTV Morning News)
4-minute video, no date. Psychologist, Dr. Jason Ediger, offers some suggestions for managing the anxiety associated with the current pandemic.
(source: Anxiety Canada)
Print article, March 24, 2020. Psychologist Dr. Maureen Whittal offers tips on how to maintain good positive health and also addresses the question “Are you appropriately or excessively concerned?”
(source: CTV News)
5-minute video, no date. Psychologist, Dr. Deanne Simons offers tips on how to maintain good mental health in the midst of the pandemic.
(source: Institute for Disaster Mental Health)
Print article, no date. 5-page document offering strategies for managing stress and anxiety associated with COVID-19. Strategies are organized into the following categories: name it change it; change what you can; accept what you can’t change; choose your news carefully; don’t judge yourself or others; and stay connected.
(source: Calgary Harold)
Print article, March 20, 2020. Psychologist, Dr. Patrick Baillie, discussing the importance of maintain some sense of normalcy during the pandemic.
(COVID-19; source: Anxiety Canada)
Print article, March 11, 2020. Psychologists Dr. Maureen Whittal, Dr. Lynn Miller, and Dr. Melisa Robichaud offer suggestions about how to manage anxiety and worry about COVID-19.
(source: Canadian Psychological Association)
Print article, March 13, 2020. Provides general information about COVID-19, ways to keep safe, psychological reactions, and tips for how to stay calm but appropriately vigilant.
(COVID-19; source: Canadian Psychological Association)
Print article, March 20, 2020. Provides information regarding assessing and coping with risk of contracting COVID-19, how to manage stress, taking care of family, taking care of people in quarantine, and signs and symptoms that might indicate the need for professional help.
(source: Anxiety Canada)
1-hour video, March 26, 2020. An international panel of anxiety experts discuss a number of topics including: dealing with anxiety associated with uncertainty, feelings of isolation, urges to hoard/stockpile household items, and how to help younger family members and seniors.
(source: Manitoba Government)
Print article, March 25, 2020. A government webpage that includes information managing stress for you and your family, five steps for staying healthy, common thoughts during pandemics, caring for seniors, helping youth to cope, and outside supports and resources.
(source: Beck Institute)
9-minute video, March 31, 2020. Psychologist, Dr. Robert Hindman, from the Beck Institute provides general information about worry and takes viewers through a brief mindfulness exercise to help with worry and anxiety associated with COVID-19.