It’s a challenging time for most of us as we adjust to the impacts of COVID-19. It is changing the way we work and live, and people are understandably stressed about that.
Remember it’s okay to feel scared, worried or anxious. We want you to know we are here for you.
We are still here to help you
It can be hard looking after families and whānau experiencing mental illness, especially at times like these – so let’s pull together and help each other.
Our Support Workers are still available to provide free support, information and advocacy for you via phone, zoom or email.
If you call and the phone is engaged, please leave a message for us and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
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Looking after your wellbeing
It’s especially important we look after ourselves and each other during this time, and we are working hard behind the scenes to support you in new ways.
We will be providing new resources, online support and home-based activities soon.
In the meantime, our guide to Your Wellbeing contains tools and information you can use to help support you and your family through this challenging time.
- The Weekly Wellbeing Planner is a great tool for managing your wellness each day
- Wellbeing Worksheets includes mindfulness guides, a meditation and more
The Mental Health Foundation’s guide to looking after your mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 also has information and top tips to help you.
Let’s work together
Our website and social media channels will be updated regularly with our new resources, wellness tips and information we have.
We will also be reaching out via our newsletter. Sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
Do you have any coping or wellness tips you’d like to share?
Together, we can get through this.