Articles/Resource


Mental Health During COVID-19 | Mental Health America of Greater Houston

Mental Health During COVID-19 | Mental Health America of Greater Houston

Your Mental Health During COVID-19 Outbreak. The mental health impacts of the coronavirus are real, significant, growing and must be addressed to limit any additional harm. Please click below link: https://mhahouston.org/covid19help/

Read More  
‘FACE COVID’

‘FACE COVID’

when a big storm blows up, the boats in the harbor drop anchor – because if they don’t, they’ll get swept out to sea. And of course, dropping anchor doesn’t make the storm go away (anchors can’t control the weather) - but it can hold a boat steady in the harbor, until the storm passes in its own good time.

Read More  
COVID 19 and anxiety

COVID 19 and anxiety

How to defend against anxiety in the face of an epidemic (Chinese version)

Read More  
Managing Stress Associated with the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak

Managing Stress Associated with the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak

Dealing with stress reactions caused by the COVID-19 virus outbreak can improve your health, quality of life, and wellbeing. The following evidence-informed principles have been shown to be related to better outcomes in many adverse situations (Hobfoll et al., 2007). There are key actions within each element that might be especially helpful for those affected by the COVID-19 outbreak (Reissman et al, 2006; Gonzales, 2003). It’s not necessary to have all elements in place but implementing some of the following suggestions may help you deal with the stress caused by the COVID-19 virus.

Read More  
Stress and Coping-Covid 19

Stress and Coping-Covid 19

The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. For parents Children and teens react, in part, on what they see from the adults around them. When parents and caregivers deal with the COVID-19 calmly and confidently, they can provide the best support for their children. Parents can be more reassuring to others around them, especially children, if they are better prepared.

Read More  
MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER REFERRAL LIST (Chinese-speaking)

MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER REFERRAL LIST (Chinese-speaking)

MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER REFERRAL LIST (Chinese-speaking)

Read More  
MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER REFERRAL LIST (TIẾNG VIỆT)

MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER REFERRAL LIST (TIẾNG VIỆT)

MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER REFERRAL LIST (TIẾNG VIỆT)

Read More  
Mental health HOTLINE list

Mental health HOTLINE list

Mental health HOTLINE list

Read More  
Project Rise and Shine: Live Life to the Fullest

Project Rise and Shine: Live Life to the Fullest

This report is a result of group efforts. We are very grateful for the different levels of support provided by the following organizations and individuals: 1) All 662 participants of in-person surveys, focus group interviews and online surveys, 2) project coordinators from each partner site (George Chen, Sandra Chen, Wei Guo, Joe Jong, Lily Lam, Pastor Benjamin Lam, Haitrieu Nguyen, Lie Sie Oei, Grace Shay, Father Steven Tran and Ruiting Wu), 3) Hogg Foundation-Communities of Care Initiative (Vicky L. Coffee), 4) Prevention Institute (Alisha Soniji and Will Crary), 5) Light and Salt Association (Sharon Cheng, Dr. Helen Sun, Loretta Tse and Yu Gu), and 6) Sam Houston State University (Dr. Dan Hong Chen).

Read More