Coronavirus (Covid-19) Support

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The Coronavirus is currently affecting people worldwide, with implications for financial, emotional, and physical well-being. We are all experiencing difficulties and challenges in different ways in the face of this global crisis, and it is normal to feel scared, confused, and overwhelmed. 

The full impact of COVID-19 on our mental health might be unknown yet, but we all know that stress and anxiety have been on the rise globally in the pandemic. It has disrupted people’s sense of normalcy, their sense of ‘self’, their connection to their community, caused financial hardships, highlighted racism and social isolation to name a few effects.

While this is a natural response to the uncertainty of this time, spending too much time focusing on things that are out of control can increase feelings of fear and helplessness.  In the midst of a somewhat unpredictable situation, it is helpful to focus on the things that are in our control. Below are some tips and information for responding to coronavirus in a way that promotes well-being and safety. 

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