Featured Resource: CalHOPE

By

Janet Kaplan

on

October 4, 2021

HOPE LIVES HERE

CalHOPE offers free resources for all Californians in need of support relating to COVID-19.

www.calhope.org

We are all excited to return to school, but we may still be nervous about COVID. You’re not alone — CalHOPE is here to help. Connect with CalHOPE by chat or phone.

(833) 317-HOPE (4673)

CalHOPE Connect

CalHOPE Connect offers safe, secure, and culturally sensitive emotional support.

Learn more and chat now: www.calhopeconnect.org

CalHOPE partnered with California Mental Health Services Association which has a statewide experienced workforce comprised of peers, community mental health workers, and other non-licensed personnel. Individuals in need of emotional and/or crisis support can connect via phone, videoconference, smart device, or computer chat. Depending upon needs and situation, family and/or group support sessions are also available.

CalHOPE Warm Line

The CalHOPE warm line connects callers to other people who have persevered through struggles with stress, anxiety, depression—emotions triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. The peer counselors listen with compassion, provide non-judgmental support and guide you to additional resources that can give hope and help them cope.

CalHOPE Warm Line: www.calhope.org/pages/current-services.aspx

Call: (833) 317-HOPE (4673)

Together for Wellness Website

Mental Health and Wellness Tips for Today

The CalHOPE Together for Wellness website has easy-to-navigate wellness tools, including stress management and coping skills.

Visit: calhope.semel.ucla.edu

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