No matter how well we respect the guidelines and mandates given to us to help slow the spread of Covid-19, we all still have some anxiety about the times in which we now live. For some of us, staying "safe" at home is hard because home is not a safe place to begin with, and the stress and tension of being confined at home has made it even less safe.
Alliance for Addiction and Mental Health Services, Maine offers a comprehensive list of Resources for Dealing With Stress & Recovery During Covid-19 Crisis
Portland Recovery Center resource list for phone and online meetings.
|Maine Statewide Crisis Hotline 24/7 for immediate crisis-oriented help. 1-888-568-1112|
|Maine Warm Line 24/7 for connecting with someone if you need mental and emotional support. 1-866-771-9276|
|Maine Department of Health and Human Services Programs for health, safety and well-being|
|Governor Mill's Covid-19 Homepage For access to State information regarding Covid-19|
|New Hope for Women offers support for those affected by domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking|
|New Hope for Women 24- hour Helpline 1-800-522-3304|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233|
|04-16-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update offers resources and information for those affected by domestic violence and abuse|
|04-05-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update provides a summary of the Community Outreach Team's webcast "Coping with Corona", a program about managing stress and anxiety|
|03-27-20 Town Covid-19 Daily Update includes information about managing stress and anxiety|
|Coping with Corona a Community Outreach Team webcast about managing stress and anxiety|
|Anonymous Online Peer Recovery Programs|
|Al-Anon and Alateen|