Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The mental health impact of this pandemic is very real. If you’re feeling anxious, stressed, or depressed, you are not alone. Most people have never experienced such a large-scale challenge, and this one may affect our mental and physical well-being, our finances, our social connections, and the health and safety of our loved ones. Isolation, changes in school and employment, and concern about our families and friends can increase feelings of worry, fear, and sadness. It’s even harder to navigate these challenges when we may not have access to our typical coping strategies and ways of practicing self-care.
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Our April 16 clinic is full. Visit the Vaccine Locator to find available appointments in the community.
Call first for all appointments at CHS.
Masks and 6 feet of social distancing are required in all WSU facilities.
Medical Clinic (509-335-3575)
Catching symptoms early can reduce the spread of illness. Those who are actively sick are more likely to spread COVID-19 than those who are not.
Anyone entering CHS medical clinic lobby or pharmacy will be greeted by a screener. Everyone will get a temperature check.
Have the WSU Mobile App ready to show your attestation screen. If you cannot use the app, a verbal screening will be performed. After proof of attestation is provided and your temperature is normal, you will be given a sticker to wear throughout your visit. This allows staff to know you have been screened. If you are unable to confirm positive attestation (no symptoms of COVID-19 or no known contact with COVID-19), you’ll be given a handout with directions and phone numbers and asked to step outside to contact the department you need.
Counseling and Psychological Services (509-335-4511)
Same-day appointments and group sessions are available.
After-hours crisis support: 509-335-2159
Vision Clinic (509-335-0360)