City Visions: What Does The COVID-19 Pandemic Mean For Our Mental Health?
Is COVID-19 impacting your mental health? You're not alone. Host Grace Won speaks to healthcare professionals about strategies to combat loneliness, anxiety and depression during this pandemic.
Join us for tips on finding comfort and connection while social distancing.
We'll also hear a piece of flash fiction from local author Marti Paschal and get the latest news on the coronavirus.
Marti Paschal, author, public information officer at the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, mindfulness meditation teacher and Certified Stanford Compassion Cultivation Training Instructor
Dr. Susan Wilkens, clinical psychologist
San Francisco Suicide Prevention 24 hour hotline 415-781-0500
Crisis Support Services of Alameda County 1-800-309-2131
Contra Costa Crisis Center 1-800-309-2131
LGBT National Help Center 888-843-4564
The Trevor Project-- Saving Young LGBTQ Lives 1-866-488-7386
Department of Disability and Aging Services 415-355-6700
Institute on Aging 415-750-4111
California Department of Aging 1-800-510-2020
San Francisco Mental Health Warm Line (855) 845-7415 (non-emergency)
Crisis Text Line text "TALK" to 741741
Safe and Sound 24-hour parental stress support line 415-441-KIDS
Covid Coach App (createdby the VA to support self-care)