Covid-19 Resources for Staff
Emotional Support Help Line
Metro Nashville, in partnership with Psych Hub, is sharing the below resources to help people build resilience and find ways to cope.
Coping with Mental Health Issues From COVID-19
Tips for Managing Social Isolation
Tips for Managing Working from Home
Wellness Tips for Improving Your Mental Health
The Connection Between Mental and Physical Health
Drinking or Using More Than Intended
Depressed Mood: Smiling on the Outside
Self Care as a Caregiver: Protecting Yourself from Burnout
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
What is Anxiety
Panic Attacks: Dying Every Time
Metro Nashville offers many resources for assistance with abuse.
Or, call 615-880-3000 Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and ask to speak with a counselor.
Should you or anyone you know find themselves in need of food, the following website lists food pantries and other resources in Nashville.
Metro has compiled additional resources for help during this time.
Self-Care During the Pandemic from the Mayo Clinic