(INDIANAPOLIS) – Many Hoosiers are struggling with mental health issues or feelings like stress, grief, or anxiety may not be something they’ve experienced before.
As part of the Be Well Indiana initiative, officials are providing access to tools and resources that can help people identify what they may be feeling and connect to resources that can help them through it.
Since its launch one week ago, more than 25,000 people have visited BeWellIndiana.org, and officials are just getting started with the resources and tools available.
Through BeWellIndiana.org, Hoosiers can take one of several Mental Health Self-Assessments offered by Mental Health America specific to their needs or what they may be feeling. These quick snapshots of mental health can help the user decide if they could better manage their feelings or if they should seek additional support.
Additionally, officials have been creating and updating the Video Resources on BeWellIndiana.org. Through this series of short, simple videos, Hoosiers can learn coping tips from local experts in a variety of fields such as mental health, substance use disorder, and more.
See the videos by clicking here.