There’s a lot we know about depression and suicidal ideation. And there’s a lot we’re still learning. Gathering and sharing those resources is one more way the OSPF is raising awareness and advancing prevention in Ohio.
There is new and insightful information being written about depression and suicide all the time. These are some of the articles we’ve found to be most pertinent. Hopefully they’ll help you, too.
Suicide Prevention: If you Know Someone in Crisis
National Institute of Mental Health
Depression and Suicide
Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
We’ve produced and compiled some useful materials that may help you better understand the way you’re feeling and find the support you need.
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Ohio toolkits are designed to be a quick reference for medical professionals, including PCPs to screening tools, resources, and materials to enhance understanding of SUD and MH conditions.
Sanvello Health, a UnitedHealth Group company and leading provider of digital and tele-mental health solutions, is offering free premium access to its digital care delivery platform. Common reactions to COVID-19 include stress and anxiety, as well as loneliness. Through on-demand mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy-based self-care strategies, individuals can find calm, gain insight and feel more socially connected from the comfort and safety of their own home. To activate free premium access, download Sanvello for free from the App Store or Google Play
Because it’s so important to know you’re not alone and that there is caring support available to you, we host and attend meetings and events throughout the state each month. Please join us, find us and talk to us.