Physical and Mental Health Resources

The Health4U and Employee Assistance Program staff have put together a Resource Guide for use during these unprecedented times. This guide is intended to provide you with Physical and Mental Health Resources. Each week, this guide will be updated with additional information.

Current resource topics include:

  • Crisis 
  • Food & Eating
  • Grief Resources
  • Grief Resources - Children & Teens
  • Grief Support Groups
  • Housing
  • Michigan Family Resources
  • Municipalities/Courts
  • Perinatal Mood Disorders and Postpartum Support
  • Perinatal Mood Disorders and Postpartum Support - Support Groups
  • Physical Health
  • Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct
  • Student Loans
  • Substance Abuse
  • Substance Abuse - Online Resources
  • Other Resources

Please click on the Download button below to view the guide in its entirety.

Resource Guide - 3.27.2020

Physical and Mental Health Resources

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