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Virtual Tools to Support Nurses’ Mental Health

The American Nurses Foundation recently launched “The Well-Being Initiative” to provide resources to support the mental health and resilience of nurses. This site can serve as an invaluable resource for nurse, especially during our current COVID-19 crisis. The link to the site and its resources can be found by following this link.

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On June 22, 2020 the following press release was issued form the COVID-19 Emergency Operations Center. The press release announced efforts being made by LA County’s Department on Mental Health in partnership with the UCLA Hispanic Neuropsychiatric Center of Excellence to address the mental health needs of the County’s Latino communities. Below is the press […]

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Important Mental Health meetings and webinars to join/attend to network, advocate, collaborate during COVID-19 “Safer at Home order”

Many in LA County have lost and are continuing to lose family and community to COVID-19. While many more are afraid because they’ve lost their jobs, may lose their homes, and the unsure future. I hope the information and resources below will help to inform and empower your community and you during these “interesting times” […]

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On Our Sleeves – Mental Health Resources for Children in the time of COVID-19

There are many great mental health resources available, and the current COVID-19 crisis has made it even more critical to have the ability to access them. Below is a link to mental health resource for children – the site is called On Our Sleeves and can be found following this link–

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