The following are resources provided by the Nova Scotia Health Authority.
Online Resources from Nova Scotia Health Authority
ICAN, a 12 week program focusing on anxiety. This program is now open to Nova Scotian’s to self-refer and is delivered by Strongest Families, a NS based organization. The program combines telephone based coaching and self-directed work. Information about ICAN and the link to self-refer can be found here: http://www.nshealth.ca/coronavirus-home/coronavirus-covid-19-resources
Mindwell U is a free online challenge that takes just 5 minutes a day, and can be accessed anytime, anywhere and on any device. The Challenges teach basics in mindfulness to lower stress and increase resilience. The Challenge also teaches “mindfulness-in-action” so people don’t need to stop what they are doing to become calmer, present and more focused. Info on the program and sign up can be found here: http://www.nshealth.ca/coronavirus-home/coronavirus-covid-19-resources
TAO (Therapy Assistance Online) TAO Self-Help is a free and private online resource that is available to all adults in Nova Scotia. It includes interactive activities and videos for people experiencing challenges with mental health or substance use. People have the option to choose topics to explore and go at their own pace.
NSHA social media pages have lots of information too:
*NEW* Online Peer Support Groups – happening this week! Connect with your peers, with similar lived experience, in a welcoming, non-judgmental environment facilitated by our experienced Peer Supporters. https://www.facebook.com/PeerSupportNS/
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