Mental Health Guide for Covid-19

It’s common to feel stressed or anxious during this time. It may be especially hard for people who already manage feelings of anxiety or emotional distress. 

Recognizing how you’re feeling can help you care for yourself, manage your stress and cope with difficult situations. Even when you don’t have full control of a situation, there are things you can do.

Below we have some lines of how to stay informed, take action, maintain healthy social connections and find resources for support.

 
 
24-Hour Help lines 

Children’s Resource Center (Wood County) – 419- 352- 7588
1045 Klotz Rd. Bowling Green Ohio 43402

Mental Health And Recovery Services Board of Lucas County - 419- 255-3125

NAMI – Talk About Emergency Mental Health – 419- 255-9185
Crisis Hotline – Text 4HOPE – to 741741
2753 W. Central, Toledo, Ohio 43606

Rescue Mental Health and Addiction Services - 419-255-3125
3350 Collingwood Blvd. Toledo, Ohio 43610

University of Toledo Kobacker Center – 419-383-3815
3000 Arlington Ave. Toledo, Ohio 43614 (Emotional and Behavioral)
 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273- TALK (8255)

Domestic Violence Hotline – 1- 800 – 799- SAFE (7233)

Sexual Assault Hotline – 1 – 800 -656- HOPE (4673)