Zurich International back Mental Health Awareness Week

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Along with offering free online mental health screenings and essential early intervention, the group also offers a Peer Recovery Program.

The letter says the measures the government has taken to limit the spread of the virus, including restrictions on movement and the closure of schools to most students, were "necessary to save lives but will have consequences for young people's mental health".

A message from its board of directors explained: “Good mental health is important for peace of mind and general wellbeing.

The board advised anyone struggling to contact someone they trust or to find help.

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The board said: “The UK Mental Health Foundation has characterised the theme for the week as kindness.”.

Thirty organisations have written to the prime minister, urging ministers to take steps to reduce the impact of coronavirus on the mental health of the young - "both now and in the future".

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Here on the Island, Zurich employees are taking part in activities, and are also being offered practical help.

“It is so easy and can make such a difference in the lives of so many people.”.

Ben Harrington, MA Ed, and CEO of the East Tennessee Association, says they've seen an increase in mental health screenings and calls since the pandemic.

The County's Mental Health Clinic continues to follow recommendations made by the Minnesota Department of Health, Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention, and the Blue Earth County Board of Commissioners.

She said then: “We need to start seeing every day as mental health awareness day.

The Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute runs a 24-hour mental health crisis line on 239-1111.

In response to COVID-19, new wellbeing areas have been set up - a "wobble room" at the Lister's Diamond Jubilee Maternity Unit being just one example - so staff have private areas to support each other.

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