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Give an Hour and the Campaign to Change Direction want to underscore the importance of your mental health. Here are some resources for your emotional health as well as your physical health!

Click on the images to download your copies of these Emotional Wellbeing Resources. Share these resources on your social media platforms with your family, friends, and coworkers. You can also print out the posters for your home refrigerator or home office!

Emotional Life Skills® (ELS)

Give an Hour offers a live version of its Emotional Life Skills program led by a mental health professional and an abbreviated version ELS @Work for the business environment. These programs provide training on mental health literacy, healthcare and the use of community support and are available on a grant or fee basis.

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NEW RESOURCES

World Mental Health Day: Mental Health Literacy and Connection

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Connect to Hope: Accessing Mental Health Care

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Helping The Helper Series

Helping the Helpers: How Mental Health Providers Can Cope With Anxiety From the Pandemic

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Helping the Helpers: Preventing Burnout & Building Resilience

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Five Signs of Emotional Suffering and Healthy Habits of Emotional Wellbeing

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Military and Veteran Mental Health Resources

We are committed to continuing to provide free and confidential mental healthcare to Service members, Veterans and their loved ones. This resource focuses on maintaining emotional wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Military Sleep Health

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Tips for Military and Veteran Caregivers During the Pandemic

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Coronavirus Mental Health Resources

This world health crisis has brought out a wide range of emotions and we have some helpful tips as we navigate this challenge time together.

Managing Anxiety During Change
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It’s Okay
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Moving Forward Together
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Coming out of the Pandemic: What’s next for mental health?

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How To Support Others From A Distance

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Tips For Coping with Grief and Loss

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Tips For Working From Home Poster

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Kids Activity Book

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Kids Poster

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Healthy Habits Poster

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COVID-19 Resources: Maintaining Healthy Relationships

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Videos

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Back To School Mental Health Resources

Back to school will look a little different for everyone this year. We have some tips and suggestions on staying mentally healthy during this stressful time.

Tips for Teens

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How Do You Fill Your Cup?

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Back 2 School Planner

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Racial Injustice Resource

Many children in your lives may be confused and even distressed by what they are seeing, hearing, or experiencing in the world.  Whether they hear you talking about the protests and unrest, see a snippet on the news, live near some of the peaceful demonstrations or riots, or have experienced injustice or racism first hand, they will have questions.  We hope this free one-pager, “How to Talk with Your Kids about Injustice”, will help you with these important conversations.

Racial Injustice Poster

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