COVID-19 Resources for Mental Health

Updated: Jan 22

The Berrien County Suicide Prevention Coalition recognizes the potential negative impact of the current COVID-19 crisis on mental health. As a result, we have created a COVID-19 resource page at our website. The page includes information about the Michigan Warmline, a phone number for those with mental health needs to connect to peer support specialists. There are links to resources with help dealing with stress and anxiety in general during this time of isolation. There are links to articles for supporting family members or friends to help those with anxiety or depression. Also, there are links to general articles on mental health during this crisis.

Use the link below to go directly to these helpful resources.


COVID-19 Resource Page

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