Mental Health Services and Resources

According to an Easterseals study, during the COVID-19 pandemic, people with disabilities were more likely to be socially isolated. Isolation was the most reported cause of stress during COVID-19, increasing the need for mental health support. Following the pandemic, conversations around mental health must continue and Easterseals is leading the way by expanding resources for communities across the country.

Mental Health During Times of Crisis

Recent events, including senseless violence in schools and communities, have caused the nation to grieve. During difficult times, it is important to assess your mental health. The Easterseals Network has curated these resources to help parents and adults respond to mass crisis.

Resource Center

Mental health support is incorporated in several of Easterseals programs. For instance, when assisting individuals and families in the middle of a crisis, mental health assessments are often included. Because our work is person-centered and based on the needs of each individual, ensuring that there is mental health support available is essential. Take a look at these additional resources provided by our friends and partners.

Advice and Perspectives from the Easterseals Family

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