Staying Healthy Mentally And Emotionally

Vignette-Marco

Marco has learned how to live a full life with his disability physically, but he still has days where he feels “down in the dumps” and struggles to adjust mentally. He knows this has an effect on his spouse, as well. When Marco called the AAAPP, we were able to point him and his family members to a variety of services that helped to get his mental state to match up to how he was feeling physically.

Free community counseling is offered through our partner agencies in both one on one and group settings. To learn where you can access this free service, reach out to our counseling providers at Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services  at 727-507-4355.

  • Sometimes you don’t want or need to see an in-person professional, but are just looking for resources you can use to help yourself at home. Here are some resources to help.
  • Mental Health AmericaMental Health Screening Tests
  • Alzheimer’s AssociationCaregiver Health

If you are considering suicide or are in need of help for yourself or a loved one, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
at 1-800-273-8255.

The Lifeline is available 24/7 and support is free and confidential.

Do you have another need that you haven’t found on this site?
Don’t hesitate – call the Helpline today.

We can provide with information about the available resources in our community.