Wellness Resources

Helpful information, tips and stories to help people stay mentally, physically and spiritually healthy

  • Breaking down barriers to vaccine hesitancy

    Breaking down barriers to vaccine hesitancy

    The PSJH team is breaking through barriers of vaccine hesitancy in the OC Hispanic community by meeting this group right where they are. Here’s how.

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  • Project spotlight series: Caregiver Stress Meter gives resources and support

    Project spotlight series: Caregiver Stress Meter gives resources and support

    The Caregiver Stress Meter at Providence is an easy-to-use online tool that guides caregivers to the mental health resources they need. Learn more.

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  • On the fence about getting your children vaccinated for COVID? Here are a few reasons to consider it

    On the fence about getting your children vaccinated for COVID? Here are a few reasons to consider it

    Parents must make deeply personal decisions about vaccinations for their children. Here are things to consider if you're on the fence about COVID-19 vaccines.

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  • Stressed? Anxious? Alone? We've got your back.

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  • Suicide in the time of COVID: Where are we a year later?

    Suicide in the time of COVID: Where are we a year later?

    A year after the pandemic, we’re checking in with updates about mental health and the “deaths of despair.” Here’s what we learned.

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  • I’m fully vaccinated. Can I socialize now?

    I’m fully vaccinated. Can I socialize now?

    The CDC recently published its first set of public health recommendations for activities fully vaccinated people can resume.

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  • Fighting food insecurity through community partnerships

    Fighting food insecurity through community partnerships

    Food insecurity is impacting communities around the country. The Providence Community Health Investment is helping its partners provide healthy meals and hope to those impacted.

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  • Physical education is important. We've got some ideas.

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  • What we can learn from the resilience of older adults

    What we can learn from the resilience of older adults

    Older adults are among the most resilient people, which has paid off during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to build resilience in your own life.

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  • Battling boredom: Some new strategies to try

    Battling boredom: Some new strategies to try

    Are you generally bored during this time of social isolation? Here are some online resources to try as you battle boredom caused by distancing and the pandemic.

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  • Beyond stress: Women and burnout

    Beyond stress: Women and burnout

    Learn the difference between burnout and stress. Then check out tips to help bring you from burnout back to health and wholeness.

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  • Medicaid: What it is and why it’s important

    Medicaid: What it is and why it’s important

    Medicaid is the largest health coverage program in the United States and is designed to support the health needs of nearly all people with low incomes.

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  • DexCare: Digitally integrating of all your healthcare needs

    DexCare: Digitally integrating of all your healthcare needs

    DexCare is an innovative digital solution from Providence that increases access to healthcare based on health needs, preferences, location and schedule.

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  • Is your teen in an abusive relationship?

    Is your teen in an abusive relationship?

    February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. Learn about its focus on protecting teens from unhealthy relationships and how you can help.

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  • How is homeschooling affecting your teen’s mental health?

    How is homeschooling affecting your teen’s mental health?

    COVID-19 has contributed to increased rates of anxiety and depression in teens. Learn more.

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  • Neurology and mental health: Treating the whole patient and family

    Neurology and mental health: Treating the whole patient and family

    Covenant Health embraces a new way to treat patients and their families who are dealing with mental health issues related to neurological healing. Learn more.

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  • Behavioral health urgent care: Access to help when you need it

    Behavioral health urgent care: Access to help when you need it

    The Behavioral Health Urgent Care helps patients get the targeted care they need in a crisis. Learn more.

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  • Dealing with PTSD: A real-life story from Bellator fighter Cat Zingano

    Dealing with PTSD: A real-life story from Bellator fighter Cat Zingano

    UFC fighter Cat Zingano offers her personal experience about how she dealt with PTSD after the shocking death of her husband. Learn more.

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  • Holiday roundup: Staying safe, caring for loved ones, and eating well

    Holiday roundup: Staying safe, caring for loved ones, and eating well

    End of year roundup of articles to help you and your family stay safe, healthy, and happy during the holidays. Read more.

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  • Dealing with sustained change following COVID-19

    Dealing with sustained change following COVID-19

    We’re all facing – and sometimes struggling – with the constant nature of change brought by the pandemic. Discover how you cope and boost your mental health.

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  • Addressing food insecurity: A California perspective

    Addressing food insecurity: A California perspective

    Community health experts talk about the growing risk of food insecurity in California's High Desert region. Watch now.

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  • Resources to help you stay grounded

    Resources to help you stay grounded

    During stressful times we all need some guidance to stay grounded. Use these resources to help find your balance.

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