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Mental Health and COVID-19: Resources from our Partners and Friends

Kate DewhurstBlog, COVID-19, Resources, Self Care

Dear friends, 

We hope you are staying well, finding ways to adjust to this new way of being, and accessing resources that are supportive of your mental health. 

There are SO many resources available to support our wellbeing in this season, and we recognize that the sheer number can be overwhelming. You’ve likely come across many of them already. 

However, we wanted to highlight some helpful tools created by our partners and friends who work at the intersection of faith and mental health. 

There’s so much we could share, but here are a few highlights. Scroll below for links to the resources and the organizations and people who produced them. 


A beautiful booklet published by the Church of England containing thirteen daily reflections written by Professor Chris Cook and accompanied by “have a go” habits developed by Ruth Rice, founder of Renew Wellbeing.


A free mini-digital-booklet from Grace Alliance to help you Thrive. The download covers three helpful topics to help with life structure & routine, work down those negative fears, and stress management tools.


Short, helpful videos from The Mind and Soul Foundation about caring for our mental wellbeing by psychologist Kate Middleton and others.