Coronavirus replace: N.J. officers share psychological well being assets for younger folks
Returning to a new normal routine “is not necessarily quick or easy,” said Christine Norbut Beyer, State Department Commissioner for Children and Families.
“Something as simple as waking up on time and catching the bus after not having to do it in a year can be a struggle,” she said.
The resources include information on the government helpline 2NDFLOOR, which is aimed at young people ages 10 to 24. Consultants can be reached by phone or SMS at 888-222-2228. The crisis text line is also available.
In addition to social anxiety, Beyer added that many young people may have lost family members and friends to the coronavirus. She said the childcare system helpline has seen an increase in phone calls recently, especially in the morning, but has no specific reasons for the increased call volume.
“We know it’s usually busy at home mornings and evenings,” she said. have breakfast again. “