Social Emotional Resources

Social Emotional Resources
Posted on 11/10/2023

VIRTUAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH URGENT CARE THROUGH COMMON GROUND

Virtual Behavioral Health Urgent Care through Common Ground

Access to mental health care when you need it most GET HELP NOW. CALL: 248-983-5454

 

Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC) is a virtual visit platform for people who need immediate emotional or psychiatric support from a licensed healthcare provider.

OCHN OFFERS MENTAL HEALTH TIPS FOLLOWING GLOBAL VIOLENCE

Contact: Suzanne Weinert - [email protected] or 248-758-1991


OAKLAND COUNTY, MI – Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is re-releasing tips for families and individuals to manage stress or trauma associated with recent violence. Situations of global violence can be difficult, and this is especially true if residents are concerned about family members abroad and/or members of their community.

To help manage anxiety, fear, sadness, or stress associated with these traumatic events as well as graphic news reporting, OCHN is recommending the following mental health tips:


Tips for Adults:


Tips for Parents:


Tips for Community Members:


OCHN Resources:


Resources for Discussing Injustice


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OCHN OFFERS MENTAL HEALTH TIPS FOLLOWING GLOBAL VIOLENCE


OAKLAND COUNTY, MI (October 26, 2023) – Oakland Community Health Network (OCHN) is re-releasing tips for families and individuals to manage stress or trauma associated with recent violence. Situations of global violence can be difficult, and this is especially true if residents are concerned about family members abroad and/or members of their community.

To help manage anxiety, fear, sadness, or stress associated with these traumatic events as well as graphic news reporting, OCHN is recommending the following mental health tips:


Tips for Adults:

  • Be mindful to consider your amount of exposure to the news / media and ensure the news you consume is from a trusted source to limit misinformation.
  • Everyone experiences events and trauma in different ways and however they think or feel after an event like this is okay. Some people respond with fear, some anger, some shock, sadness, etc.