Mental health resources are available when dealing with tragedy

May 24, 2022

It is heartbreaking to hear that yet another tragedy has occurred in our country and this time less than 500 miles from El Paso.

As we grieve and reflect, memories from our community’s experiences can create the need for assistance. Below are local resources that you can turn to for help.

Click here for additional resources from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network in response to helping children, families, educators, and communities navigate what they are seeing and hearing, acknowledge their feelings, and find ways to cope together.

PDNHF Initiative: Mental Health & Emotional Well-Being

Develop, lead, and invest in partnerships, organizations, programs, and communications to promote emotional well-being, reduce stigma and negative bias, and improve access, ease of navigation, and continuity of care for mental and behavioral health services.

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Foundation Staff: Sandra Day

Mental Health & Emotional Well-Being

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