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As we navigate these uncertain times, it is normal to feel anxious and unwell. Below you will find links to several Mental Health resources that we hope will help build resilience and foster conversation.

SafeElks >>
Elkhorn Area School District is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our students. SafeElks allows you to anonymously report student bullying, safety, mental health, or other concerns you might have. Your tip will be sent directly to your principal. Your principal will determine whether or not law enforcement needs to get involved.

Parents Lead >>
Parents Lead is an evidence-based prevention program that provides parents and caregivers with a wide variety of tools and resources to support them in creating a safe environment for their children that promotes behavioral health. What is behavioral health? It’s defined as a state of mental/emotional being and/or choices and actions that affect wellness.

Unmind >>
A resource guide for working in self-isolation from unmind.com. Unmind is a workplace mental health platform. Unmind empowers employees to measure, understand, and improve their mental wellbeing.

The Conversation >>
Seven science-based strategies to cope with coronavirus anxiety, brought to you by Jelena Kecmanovic, Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Georgetown University. The Conversation is an independent, not-for-profit, global network of newsrooms.

Compassion Resilience Toolkit >>
Staying resilient during COVID-19, a toolkit created specifically to assist you during this unprecedented time. The Compassion Resilience Toolkit was developed in partnership with WISE (Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma Elimination) and Rogers InHealth. 

Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty >>
Doreen Marshal, Ph.D., Vice President of Mission Engagement for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, shares tools for taking care of your mental health.

Project Recovery >>
Project Recovery is a community-based program designed to meet the emotional needs of the community.
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