Learn it: Understanding ResilienceLet's ask 3 questions as a short pre-test.
Understanding Resilience7 Topics
The COVID Pandemic Example
Live it: Let's Get Practical about StressThe Project Recover and Stress SOS and Lesson Plan Guidance.
Identifying Their Protective Factors6 Topics
Emergency Preparation, Response, and Recovery Success5 Topics
Join the Project RecoverTeam for Distress Awareness, Referral, and AdvocacyProject Recover8 Topics
Project Recover Next Steps for Personal and Community Mental HealthInvitation to step up to Ambassador and create a team doing an I.D.E.A.S Advocacy Project.
RAPID Psychological First Aid Invitation
Getting Help for Yourself and Being There for Others: Thanks for being a Force for Mental Health
Its All About Caring, Acting to Provide Hope and Facilitate Referral to Professional Help
Seeing a friend or loved one in distress is difficult. In order to be there for them here are a few ways you can help them:
Let them know what you have been noticing (changed behaviors)
Tell them that you are here to talk to (being there) and that you CARE
Show them healthy ways that you deal with stress (distractions/ stress relievers)
Get them the proper help (get someone else involved)
Provide them with HOPE