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Check out our tips for people in challenging situations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 

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The people of Wisconsin are making important changes to take care of themselves, their loved ones, and their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not easy. But Resilient Wisconsin has tools and resources that can help people manage some of the stress and strengthen their ability to bounce back from adversity. Visit the Resilient Wisconsin website for new tips for people in challenging situations, including people living with mental health and substance use concerns . One of the new resources is a publication that can be shared with your clients,  A Guide to Sources of Support During COVID-19 For People Living With Mental Health and Substance Use Concerns .
211- Your Connection to COVID-19 Community Resources

Help Starts Here. 211 can connect you with thousands of nonprofit and government services in your area. If you want personal assistance call the three-digit number 211 or 877-947-2211. A friendly voice is available to talk with you 24/7/365. Or, contact 211 by text: text COVID19 to 211-211. Or, search the 211 database on your own. Thousands of services across the state ready for you to search now. Offers Keyword, Guided, and Advanced Searches. Learn more >>
Canaries in the Coal Mine: Attending to Racial Health Disparities in the Age of COVID-19
 
Canaries in the Coal Mine (May 26 th at 9 AM) provides a close look at the impacts of health disparities among diverse racial/ethnic groups in the US and how these affect COVID-19 illness and deaths today. We will examine the historical and contemporary factors that created and maintain shockingly wide – and often lethal – gaps in health and healthcare.   This presentation will be hosted on Zoom. Space is limited and registration is required. Presented by Reggie Jackson, Co-Founder and Lead Trainer/Consultant for Nurturing Diversity Partners. Register here >>
Giving Voice to Depression Podcast: Guided Exercise
This week's Giving Voice to Depression podcast has a beautiful, grounding guided exercise to remind us we are all connected, even in these socially-distanced times. Listen here >>
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