|Mental health resources
Change, uncertainty, and potential health risk are all stress factors that are affecting many of us right now. As a community, we value authenticity and vulnerability, and from our start, we’ve been working together toward helping curb the stigma of mental health struggles, particularly within the church. If you are struggling, at any given time, you are not alone.
One of our community members, Morgan Eichorst, is a licensed clinical psychologist working as a therapist. Morgan has compiled a document with some suggestions and resources revolving around caring for your mental health, especially as we navigate all the many effects of COVID-19. This document is not meant to replace help from a mental health professional, but we believe there is valuable content that might be helpful to you and your loved ones. Please consider using this information as a supplement to any advice you have received from individualized care.
Most importantly: If you or anyone you know is having any thoughts or urges to self harm in any way, please reach out to the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255 or chat online at www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org) or connect to help via text by sending HOME to 741741.