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The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in individuals and families remaining quarantined in their homes for long periods of time.  The isolation and loneliness felt by those who are disconnected from their family, friends and co-workers can lead to physical symptoms related to stress.  These physical symptoms include high blood pressure, chronic inflammation, and a weakened immune systemHuman connection is a protective factor, but how can humans stay connected when they are physically separated?  We can connect through kinship and kindness, which can both be practiced, even from a distance. 

Research indicates that feeling supported is enough to adapt to stress, so don’t hesitate to reach out for support – it could keep you healthy!

Mental Health and Coping during COVID-19

CARE 7 Resources

Free Counseling
Victim Services
Veteran Services
Youth Specialists

National, State and Local Resources

General Anxiety and Stress Management
Individual Telephone Counseling
Basic Needs
Child Care
Victims of Crime
Veteran Assistance
Adults 55+
Teen Resources
Online Resources for Parents and Students
Fitness and Health
Addiction Recovery