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What is Anxiety?

People can feel anxious about a lot of things: the first day of school, a job interview, a first date. Anxiety is that pang of “what if” that makes your heart race and your palms sweaty. There’s a difference between healthy anxiety and a paralyzing fear about the future.

If you’re experiencing anxiety, know that you’re not alone. Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health disorders in the U.S. They affect over 40 million adults every single year.  Kids experience them too: over 25% of people between 13 and 18 live with anxiety today.

Anxiety PDF  - A general guide for understanding anxiety, symptoms and causes

How to Deal with Anxiety

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Community Resilience Model (CRM®) - Help Now!

Easy to remember activities designed to get you back into the "Resilient Zone" if you need help now! You’re either too "amped up (high zone)" or too "checked out (low zone)"

For All Ages: 10 CRM Tools PDF

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Strategies for Self-Care

What does it mean to take care of myself?

For Tween/Teen: Self-Care PDF

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Dartmouth Relaxation Downloads

Provides audio files for guided relaxation, meditation, mindfulness, and imagery exercises.

For All Ages: Listen & Relax

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Grounding: Creating a Personal Calm

This worksheet educates and puts into practice the use of grounding techniques during a heated moment.

For Adults & Teens: View Worksheet

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Pixel Thought

Offers an interactive, 60-second meditation tool to communicate worries and release bothersome thoughts (Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing approved).

For All Ages: Take a 1-Minute Break