In November, I look after my mental health

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused its share of turmoil and has brought about a new reality that continues to be difficult to navigate, even today. The related uncertainty may be draining and distressing, affecting you physically, mentally and socially, and causing an imbalance in many areas of your life. 

To show resilience, to take better care of your loved ones, and to restore your work-life balance, you have to start by taking care of yourself. In November, we will present organizational practices, resources and support tools that are available to help you do just that.

Resources you can contact today:
For simple tips you can use every day and for more on the Ministry of Health and Social Services’ campaign, go to the site Protecting your well-being in the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are experiencing difficulties linked to stress, anxiety or distress, you can also consult Getting Better My Way, a digital self-management tool for emotional health. 

For information on psychosocial intake in Local Community Service Centre (CLSC), for more on the various means put in place by the Montréal West Island Integrated University Health and Social Services Centre (IUHSSC) to help support you, or to find out about resources close to you, see the related website.

For support over the phone, call the Info-Social line by dialling 811.

Take good care of yourself!