Coping with COVID-19

Coping with COVID-19

Pine Rest has many resources for individuals, professionals and organizations. Find coping tips from our licensed clinicians to help guide you and your family.

Coping Tips From Our Staff

Anxiety, stress, loneliness, fear and frustration during the COVID-19 pandemic can take their toll. Our clinicians offer tips and insights on how to manage the stress, cope with remote work and/or schooling, provide leadership in your organization, and more. Some examples include:

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Our Insights and Understanding publications cover many mental health topics including anxiety, stress, dementia, depression and more. We provide these publications online as Web pages and pdf files.

Web pages: Select the topic of interest from the Resources menu.

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Teletherapy & Telepsychiatry Available

We are offering virtual therapy and psychiatry through Telehealth Services. We are able to serve individuals of all ages—children, teens and adults—throughout Michigan. In order to provide as much access as possible, every clinician and psychiatrist in our outpatient clinics is providing virtual visits, and we have expanded our hours to include more evenings and weekends.

Most insurance (including BCBS, Prioirty Health, Medicaid and Medicare) covers telehealth services and during COVID-19, many are waiving copays and other requirements.

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Urgent Care & Hospital Open

We are working proactively to keep our behavioral healthcare services open and our patients and personnel safe. If you or a loved one are in crisis, please call our 24/7 contact center. Calls are answered by clinicians who can help you get help safely and quickly.

Psychiatric Urgent Care Center Hospital Services

Bob VandePol also provides a series of eight videos on crisis response and resiliency. Feel free to embed these videos on your website.

Pine Rest Continues to Provide Services

We are working proactively to keep all of our behavioral healthcare services open and our patients and personnel safe.

For current status of services, visitor policies and more, visit our COVID-19 Update page.

If you are in crisis or need immediate assistance, please call our Contact Center which is staffed 24/7 at 800.678.5500.