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The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us all with uncertainty, loss and change. It’s common to feel uneasy, stressed out, anxious and fearful. Knowing that your mental health is so important, WellSpan wants to provide support to keep you feeling your best, while letting you know if you need clinical help, and how to get help if you need it.

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What can I do if I’m feeling stressed or anxious?

  • Plan ahead. Make sure you have adequate supplies at home and plans for childcare and working from home, if that is what you are doing.
  • Establish routines and schedules. Do you have kids who are home from school? Consider drawing up and posting a daily schedule, with times for learning, play, exercise, chores and other items.
  • Practice mindfulness by focusing on things within your control, such as your daily routine, and things in your life that are positive, such as family or friends.
  • Exercise. Take walks and get fresh air. Build this into your daily schedule at regular intervals.
  • Incorporate joy into your schedule, too! Play with your kids or a pet. Listen to music. Watch a funny movie.
  • Eat a healthy diet.
  • Limit media exposure and stay informed with trusted sources.
  • Get adequate sleep and limit screen time before bed.
  • Remember it’s normal to feel anxious during stressful times. Be kind to yourself. It’s important to take care of yourself so you can help take care of others.

Where do I find behavioral health help?

Call the Philhaven Access Center 24/7 at 1-800-932-0359 to get help and find out about programs and services.

We can also help you find outpatient services care:

Lancaster and Lebanon Counties

(717) 459-7497

York and Adams Counties

(866) 840-7036

Franklin, Fulton and Cumberland Counties Behavioral Health

(717) 267-7480

For all behavioral health service updates visit: WellSpan Philhaven

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