COVID-19 and Mental Health Issues
This is a very difficult time for everyone in our city, state, country and the world. Being isolated is difficult enough; however, facing financial crises, concerns about paying bills, stability of relationships and possibly the need to home school makes it even more difficult. During these times, you may find yourself feeling depressed, hopeless, tired, irritable and unable to cope. We are here to assist and will help guide you through the legal aspects of your concerns and we will help guide you to resources that can help. You are not alone despite the “social distancing.”
I encourage everyone to take a walk or go for a run, take the children out for fresh air and physical activity and take good physical care of themselves and their families. We know it is easy to write but not necessarily easy to do. If you are struggling, please reach out to your primary medical provider, the suicide prevention hotline 1-800-273-8255, or find a mental health professional to assist. If you suffer from drug or alcohol addiction, please contact The Council on Recovery at (713) 942-4100.
Remember, you are not alone….. We are #HoustonStrong and #TexasProud
Our office can always be reached at (281) 501-1558.
Kindest regards, Diane, Ashley, Anna and Evangeline