Stronger As One
WE MAY BE APART, BUT WE DO NOT HAVE TO BE ALONE
We are living in stressful times. COVID-19 is impacting all of our lives and affecting each of us in different ways. As this situation continues to unfold it is natural to feel scared, confused, or worried. During times like these, our health—and mental health, too—can suffer, even if we don’t really notice it. Many of us can feel, and in fact are, physically separated or removed from our routines, friends, and families. During this time, separation is often necessary for everyone’s health and safety. And while we are apart or stressed, we do not have to be alone. We may be physically separated, but we can and should stay connected. Please use this list of free resources to support you and your well being during this unprecedented time. And remember, we are in this together, we are Stronger as One.
Promoting a culture of knowledge, compassion, and action for mental health and well being, so that our community can truly be Stronger As One.
Stronger As One is a values driven coalition based in Coconino County, committed to promoting a culture of knowledge, compassion, and action for mental health and wellbeing, and preventing suicide in our community. Our commitment is to engage honestly, respectfully, and with trust for each other and our service organizations so that our collaborative work may help all Coconino County residents experience optimal mental health and wellbeing. We also realize that, through our work, we can create Best Practice’s which can scale for other counties in northern Arizona, developing partner Stronger As One Counties.
Stronger As One is guided by principles with participation encouraged from a wide range of educational, service provider, government, philanthropic, and community programs and perspectives.
Our Collaborative Work
Together, we aim to:
• Expand opportunities for Mental Health First Aid training;
• Promote youth leadership in mental health and wellbeing initiatives;
• Promote knowledge of mental health resources and their availability;
• Support the wellbeing of professionals serving others in crisis;
• Promote messages of belonging, kindness, and hope.