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Mental health is a major concern during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has been a challenging time for many, and both the Tennessee Department of Health and the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services recognize the burden that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on residents.
Below are resources for taking care of your mental health during this time.
The Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line is available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day for anyone going through a mental health crisis. A trained crisis counselor in your area is always here to listen, provide you support and guidance, and work to connect you with appropriate community supports. Call 855-CRISIS-1 (855-274-7471).Learn More
Click below to access mental health resources from the Tennessee Department of Health.
The Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line, available 24 hours a day/365 days a year, is a resource for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis.
MHA’s initiatives fulfill its mission of promoting mental health and preventing mental illness through advocacy, education, research, and services.
If you are a healthcare provider or first responder and want to talk to someone about feelings of stress related to your work, the COVID-19 Emotional Support Line is staffed by specially-trained volunteers who can help.
Since 1989, the Tennessee REDLINE has served as a referral service to addiction treatment for people and their families looking for help for substance use disorder.
Coping with stress in a healthy way will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.
Communities have faced mental health challenges related to COVID-19–associated morbidity, mortality, and mitigation activities.
We are navigating unchartered waters with this virus, making it important to find new ways to work and interact while also taking care of our mental health and well-being.
Healthcare providers, community and religious leaders, and government officials all have a role to play in helping people cope effectively and manage stress.
Concerns focus on personal and family safety and trust in institutions responsible for managing the response.