The North Dakota Behavioral Health Division has a variety of resources, supports and services for North Dakotans working in education.

Project Renew

701.223.1510 | www.projectrenew.nd.gov

Working in education is stressful. Adding a global pandemic brings additional stressors like new technology, distance and virtual teaching, new platforms, social distancing, and the concerns of staying healthy for your students, your staff and you. Are you feeling anxious, stressed, worried, sad, depressed, or lonely because of the coronavirus pandemic? Call 701.223.1510 for FREE support services. Brief support services are free and anonymous to all North Dakotans.

Help is Here: Educator Website

www.behavioralhealth.nd.gov/helpishere

The Covid-19 pandemic can take a toll on stress levels. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming, while also considering the many changes we are having to make to our routines and traditions to keep each other safe. The Behavioral Health Division has resources, supports and services available. Educators can find helpful topics on coping with stress and taking care of your own mental health.

Parents Lead

www.parentslead.org

The Covid-19 pandemic can take a toll on stress levels. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming, while also considering the many changes we are having to make to our routines and traditions to keep each other safe. The Behavioral Health Division has resources, supports and services available. Educators can find helpful topics on coping with stress and taking care of your own mental health.

The parents most in need of the resources may not seek them out or may not know where to turn. As an educator you may be the first to notice the concerns, and can help provide information to promote the parent-child relationship on a wide variety of topics and concerns.

Suicide Lifeline

1.800.273.TALK (8255) | behavioralhealth.nd.gov/prevention/suicide

The Covid-19 pandemic can take a toll on stress levels. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming, while also considering the many changes we are having to make to our routines and traditions to keep each other safe. The Behavioral Health Division has resources, supports and services available. Educators can find helpful topics on coping with stress and taking care of your own mental health.

B-HERO

The Behavioral Health in Education Resources and Opportunities Technical Assistance Center (B-HERO) has a mission that all school personnel will develop the knowledge and skills to support the health and wellbeing of every student and family. Every school in North Dakota has an appointed Behavioral Health Resource Coordinator (BHRC) to help achieve that mission. Through a partnership with the Behavioral Health Division and the Central Regional Education Association, B-HERO develops, curates and disseminates resources and opportunities to the BHRC to further distribute with appropriate school personnel. Connect with the BHRC in your building to stay updated on this behavioral health information!