After much inward cringing and deliberation - I posted on FB yesterday about the struggle I've been having with Depression and Anxiety. I know I'm not alone in this - so many of us have struggled and our struggles have been aggrevated by a Global Pandemic, and all that entails. I recievedd a flood of Positivity from so many - it reminds me not only that we all need to lean on others at time - but taht these shoulders are there for all of us.
If you've spent any time ingesting ANY Media (Social or otherwise), you may be feeling the stress that seems to permeate so much of our time of late. Life can feel overwhelming for everyone, and we are literally ALL in this together. Patience and kindness will see us through this together. See the link below for online resources.
Anxiety Disorder Association of Manitoba
People can contact the support line at 1-204-925-0040 to speak to one of the organization’s staff.
The support line will be answered and checked regularly between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends.
Manitoba Farm, Rural & Northern Support Services
1-866-367-3276 Monday – Friday 10 am to 9 pm
Mental Health Mobile Crisis Services
Local 204-725-4411 or 1-888-379-7699
Prairie Mountain Health’s Community Mental health crisis line
OVER THE AGE OF 18.
North – 1-866-332-3030: South - 1-888-379-7699
UNDER THE AGE OF 18
North - 1-866-332-3030 - All Areas - 1-866-403-5459
Canadian Forces Morale @ Welfare Services
Manitoba Suicide Line: “Reason to Live”
1-877-435-7170 - (1-877-HELP170)
Kids Help Phone (National line available in Manitoba)
Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis Line
1st Nations and Inuit Wellness Help Line.
1-855-242-3310. Counselling available in English, French Cree, Ojibway and Inuktut
Mood Disorder Association of Manitoba support Line
Canadian Mental Health association: Parkland
Mental Health Education Resource Center