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The stress and challenges we face every day has an impact on our mental and physical health. If you’d like assistance, we have a number of services we can provide as well as a listing of resources in your community below.. Here are some of the issues you can find help with:

  • Coping with your mental health
  • Child abuse and domestic violence
  • Other basic needs, including jobs, housing and clothing

Whether it’s tips on coping with stress, how to recognize the signs of mental health concerns or the importance of physical exercise, the value of community and so much more, awareness can make all the difference in a life well lived. Explore insights and resources below that can guide your journey.

  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    StarCare Specialty Health System
    StarCare Specialty Health System (StarCare) provides services to people living with a diagnosis of mental illness, intellectual disabilities and/or substance use disorder as well as mental health crisis services. In addition, StarCare offers a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly and provides coordination of assistance and mental health services for veterans. StarCare strives to support and empower people so they may have HOPE and the opportunity to achieve their full potential for health and wellbeing.

    Texas Statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line
    Texas Health and Human Services Commission has launched a 24/7 statewide mental health support line to help Texans experiencing anxiety, stress, or emotional challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This new resource offers COVID-19-related mental health support for all Texans. People can call the Statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week toll-free at 833-986-1919

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the healthcare marketplace, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about insurance options.

  • Other Resources

    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at:

    Additional resources

    Community Health Center of Lubbock
    806-765-2611 (1610 5th Street)
    806-743-9365 (Larry Combest Clinic,301 4th)
    806-743-2424 (2424 50th)

    CHCL provides primary and preventive care while working closely with other agencies to find needed resources. CHCL has a vision clinic on-site. CHCL also serves as a clearinghouse for multiple services for persons who are in need. Providing teletherapy; current availability within one week. New clients must meet for intake paperwork with social distancing then will transition to teletherapy. More information.

    Catholic Charities of Lubbock:
    806-765-8475

    Providing telephone counseling and video.

    Our mission is to provide our neighbors in the South Plains a path to well-being through support and empowerment.

    We serve all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, gender, or orientation. Our focus is on the vulnerable and in-need in our community and our goal is to transition families and individuals from crisis to stability and self-sufficiency.

Whether it’s tips on coping with stress, how to recognize the signs of mental health concerns or the importance of physical exercise, the value of community and so much more, awareness can make all the difference in a life well lived. Explore insights and resources below that can guide your journey.

  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Community Medical Center
    Community Medical Center provides an array of behavioral health services, from emergency care for psychiatric crisis to medication management through our CPG Psychiatry clinic to outpatient individual therapy in our primary care and many specialty practices. Please call our Behavioral Health Manager at 327-4420.

    NAMI Missoula Services
    NAMI Missoula provides education, advocacy, and support for individuals and families affected by mental illness. We work with like-minded community groups to combat mental illness stigma. NAMI Missoula resources include weekly support groups and free educational classes.

    Shodair Children’s Hospital
    Shodair Children’s Hospital has evolved since it first formed as a non-profit in 1896, but it has always remained true to its mission to serve Montana families with healing, help and hope.

    Shodair provides all aspects of mental health services for Montana children and adolescents, and houses Montana’s Medical Genetics Program.

    Western Montana Mental Health Center
    Western Montana Mental Health Center serves over 15,000 children, teens, and adults each year from Libby to Bozeman and Kalispell to Hamilton. We provide community-based services, outpatient programs, inpatient addiction recovery treatment, and supportive housing options.

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the healthcare marketplace, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about insurance options.

  • Other Resources

    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at Montana 211. You can find information and referrals to services throughout Montana.

Whether it’s tips on coping with stress, how to recognize the signs of mental health concerns or the importance of physical exercise, the value of community and so much more, awareness can make all the difference in a life well lived. Explore insights and resources below that can guide your journey.

  • Your Safety and Emotional Health

    Mental health

    Social distancing and the stress of living through a pandemic can take their toll. If you feel alone or anxious, or if you or a loved one is dealing with substance abuse, these resources can help.

    Resources by region:

    Child abuse

    Are you worried about a child’s welfare? Then please speak up. To get help or report suspected child abuse, call one of these hotlines:

    Domestic violence

    We know that staying home and avoiding public places can stop the spread of COVID-19. At Providence, we also know this may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides a guide to help you stay safe during COVID-19.

  • Health Insurance Enrollment

    If you need health insurance, you can check your eligibility and explore plan options through the Washington Health Plan Finder, including Medicaid and CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), as well as premium tax credits (also known as subsidies) that lower your monthly premium for a Marketplace health insurance plan.

    The typical Open Enrollment period – when you can sign up for health insurance via the marketplace – is from Nov. 1 to Dec. 15. If you have certain life events, like getting married, having a baby or losing health coverage, you can still get insurance for 2020 through a special enrollment period. You can apply and enroll in Medicaid or CHIP any time of the year. Learn more about health insurance options.

  • Other Resources

    If you need help with basic needs, like clothing, housing and employment, you can find services at 211 Washington. You can find information and referrals to services throughout Washington.

    Additional resources

    Eastern Washington

    Catholic Charities
    Catholic Charities affirms the dignity of every person, partnering with parishes and the greater community to serve and advocate for those who are vulnerable, bringing stability and hope to people throughout Eastern Washington. Through programs across 13 counties, we create stability and hope for our vulnerable neighbors, regardless of faith.

Wellness Resources

Staying emotionally grounded and learning to cope with stress can head off serious issues before they can overwhelm. But when issues such as depression, substance abuse or suicidal thoughts gain strength, it’s important to seek help.

Fitness and nutrition play key roles in your overall well being. From workouts you can do at home, to learning healthy recipes, and advice for a good night’s sleep, you can gain strength over life’s challenges just by feeling better.

Being involved in a community serves as a reminder you’re not alone and can offer an added sense of purpose. Whether it’s joining recreational activities, volunteering or advocating for a favorite cause, community is where it all comes together.