You are not the only one struggling during the
Disruptions to daily routines, fear of getting sick, economic loss and constant uncertainty about what comes next are creating an environment where we must talk about and recognize struggles with mental health or addiction.
Whether you’ve had issues in the past or are experiencing them for the first time … Sometimes just knowing you are not alone, can make things better.
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Less Ability to Cope During the Pandemic
If your ability to function or handle everyday life and daily tasks has taken a nose dive, recognize that asking for help is OK.
A Renewed Mind is committed to being flexible in providing the best care for our clients. That’s why we’ve removed any barriers to access and are continuing to provide client-focused and evidence-based mental health treatment that’s convenient for you.
In-person, individual therapy counseling at locations in Lucas, Hancock, Wood, Fulton, Henry, Williams and Defiance counties.
Telehealth individual counseling on phone, tablet or computer
Group meetings either by telehealth or in our offices with a range of hours
Walk-in appointments for when you are most in need
A Renewed Mind is an advocate for clients to receive Medicaid and private insurance coverage for all mental health treatment necessary during and following this pandemic.
Our programs and care are centered on you as a unique individual. No one is alike and no circumstances are the same. Through assessment, we’ll recommend a treatment that is holistic, respectful and empowering.
Things you may be experiencing during COVID-19:
Anxiety & Depression
Feelings of anxiousness, sadness and concern when left unchecked can get worse. More and more people are recognizing that these are not little things that will just go away, but rather they need to be addressed so they don’t get bigger.
Work is Hard
Almost 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment. Fear of losing your home, supporting your family are part of the equation. For those still working, fear of workplace safety, new routines working from home and unmanageable workloads all impact mental health.
Parenting is Hard
Parents are taking on more intensive role’s in their child’s day-to-day life, all while being stuck home more than ever. It’s a lot and it can take a toll.
Increased Substance Abuse
It’s not surprising that substance abuse has increased during the pandemic. Increased use of alcohol or trying narcotics can seem like an easy way out of the spiral, when all it’s really doing is creating more chaos. Recovery strategies based on your strengths and support system can come together for a comprehensive plan that addresses underlying issues.
Need for More Support
COVID-19 has turned the volume up for mental health issues for so many people. You have local options to help you through these tough times. Just reach out to connect and know you are not alone.