(WXYZ) — The Pandemic has forced many of us to focus on our health. But it’s not just our physical health we must maintain. We also have to take care of our mental health. There are people suffering from higher levels of stress, depression and feelings of isolation.
Action News' Andrea Isom reached out to some experts to give you some ways to help cope.
If you need help please call the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Mental Health Hotline at 1-888-535-6136. Select #8 to speak with someone.
You can also reach out to The Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine at rcbm.net or call 248-608-8800.
Another place to seek help and treatment is at the Bloom Transformation Center with drrosemoten.com or call 313-285-9886.
There are also multiple services provides at Citizen Yoga, visit ondemand.citizenyogastudio.com.