COVID-19 Resources for Your Mental and Physical Health

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Key Takeaways

COVID-19 Resources:

  • Information and Updates: Access reliable sources of information such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO) for updates on COVID-19 guidelines, safety measures, and vaccination information.
  • Support Services: Utilize online resources and helplines for mental health support, financial assistance, food delivery services, and other essential needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Community Support: Connect with local community organizations, mutual aid groups, and volunteer networks to offer and receive support from neighbors and fellow community members.
  • Self-Care Strategies: Practice self-care techniques such as mindfulness, relaxation exercises, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle to cope with stress and anxiety related to the pandemic.

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With so much information and so many headlines flying around regarding COVID-19, it can be difficult to decipher what is helpful or necessary. The providers at Memor Health have all pitched in resources that they think may alleviate the burden of having to filter through all the information yourself.

Please follow the links to below to find important information on COVID-19 and keep up to date on CDC guidelines.

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Yvette Kaunismaki

Yvette Kaunismaki, MD, specializes in psychiatry with a holistic approach, focusing on integrating therapy and medication for women’s issues, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. She emphasizes a team-based method, aiming for balanced mental health through collaborative care with experienced therapists.

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