Mental Health

Mental Health Resources


For most of us, 2020 was a year of extreme stress, caution, and isolation. Covid altered our daily lives and left everyone, from our healthcare workers to our children, dealing with unusual levels of stress and anxiety. Many are finding themselves lonelier than ever before and unable to cope. BUT YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Our county has the resources in place for anyone seeking mental and physical well-being. Start the year off with a restored body and mind:

For information on all the resources available to you, visit the Department of Health and Human Services:"

To accessible mental wellness programs available to vulnerable and underserved populations, including veterans, at-risk youth and families, crisis prevention and intervention visit:

On January 13th, join mental health experts and community partners for online conversations about mental health and wellness issues affecting the community as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The series is called Wellness Community Events: Healing and Holding On - One Conversation at a Time for the Community. The events are FREE. Here is the link for the January 13th event: .

For the most part, children in Montgomery County have not been in person at school since March 2020. Information on resources available to children and youth through Montgomery County Schools resources for youth wellness, including food and nutrition, health education, and mental wellbeing visit:

Montgomery College’s Student Health and Wellness Center for Success is open to all students during this challenging time. Health and wellness can impact academic success, and the SHaW Center is committed to identifying, providing, and connecting students to the resources that support success.

For immediate mental wellness resources and emergency assistance please visit: