Resources to Support Mental Health and Coping with the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) has compiled a selection of web pages and information sheets on mental health and coping with the effects of COVID-19. These resources are a selection from key organizations in the field. We will continue to update this list as new resources become available.

*Note: For crisis counseling and support related to COVID-19, call the Disaster Distress Helpline (1-800-985-5990) or text TalkWithUs to 66746. For those experiencing a suicidal crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255), or text HOME to 741741 for the Crisis Text Line.

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Oasis Counseling is Now Offering Telehealth Therapy

PRESS RELEASE: 04/02/2020

RE: Oasis Counseling is Now Offering Telehealth Therapy

Dear Las Vegas Community,

We want to assure you that we take the health and well-being of our community, customers, and associates very seriously. Like you, we’re closely monitoring the quickly developing effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have temporarily closed our clinics to protect and care for those who work with us, our customers, and the public. Everyone at Oasis Counseling understand that your health comes first, and we are always here as friends in the community. We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy.

Oasis Counseling is excited to announce that we are offering Telehealth therapy to new patients and to all existing patients. You can now have a therapy session from the comfort of your home. This service does require you to have internet access and a mobile device and/or computer with a camera. Oasis Counseling offers this to any patient that would like to continue therapy with their current provider along with any new patient that needs therapy. Our providers at Oasis Counseling are flexible and willing to work with you to schedule the time that works best for everyone. Appointments will be approximately 60 minutes and we have available appointments starting NOW.

Please contact our office to set up an appointment at (702) 294-0433. We still have a staff answering phone calls from 9am-5pm.

We do accept Medicaid, Medicare, BCBS/Anthem, United Behavioral Health, and other major insurance companies.

You can visit our website anytime for more information:

We are all in this together. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will follow guidance from public health officials and government agencies, so we can continue to support our customers and communities as needed.

For more information about COVD-19 and what you can do to keep healthy and safe, visit the Centers for Disease Control at

About Oasis Counseling
Oasis Counseling LLC, provides the highest quality and service of mental health care to clients/patients in an effort to facilitate positive change and growth. With locations in Summerlin, South West, Henderson Green Valley, and Henderson Galleria. Their hospitality services to the patient/community are the highest in the industry. Their business is helping and healing from the moment a client/patient walks in the door to completion of treatment. To learn more, visit

David Schraeder
Oasis Counseling / Director of Marketing
(702) 470-4765


Oasis Counseling
(702) 294-0433

Tom Mendenhall Recognized as Top MHFA Instructor

NCSP would like to congratulate Tom Mendenhall on being named by the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) as one of the Top 2 Instructors in the State of Nevada!

To show their appreciation, the MHFA has invited Tom to attend this year’s Mental Health First Aid Instructor Summit in Austin, Texas on April 4. Although Tom cannot attend this year’s Summit, Tom and the other Top instructors will be recognized for their outstanding work in Mental Health First Aid.

Congratulations Tom!

Kevin Hines On CBS Sunday Morning

Please watch and share this excellent segment on CBS Sunday morning!  Kevin Hines is featured, along with research discussing the importance of showing people “you care” in preventing suicide.

Kevin Hines is a walking miracle, having jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. But what might have kept him from jumping at all could have been something as simple as getting a letter in the mail. One psychiatrist’s long-forgotten idea about giving support to those hospitalized or treated for depression or attempting suicide is being revived, and is finding positive results in an era of texting. Lee Cowan reports.
[If you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.]

Christian Everett Interview with Millennials in Motion

Christian Everett shared an interview he had with Millennial Magazine Podcast:

Our second Conversations with the Community podcast, where Angel gets to sit down with Christian from Gears for Life to discuss the very important topics of suicide prevention awareness, as well as depression and mental health in general! We had an amazing discussion with Christian so this one is a long one, but we hope you will enjoy it! We’ll try to separate this podcast into sections at a later time! Please check out Gears for Life at the following links!… Want to be a part of our journey and help us grow? Support us on Patreon! Like what we do?

Follow us on: Facebook: @millennialsinmotionmag | Instagram: @millennialsinmotionmag | Twitter: @MiMMagMain

Check out our website and #GetinMotion at!

Recommendations for State Suicide Prevention Infrastructure 2019

The first-ever official recommendations for State Suicide Prevention Infrastructure have been released!  Developed with an advisory panel of experts and stakeholders, the guidelines lay out essential infrastructure elements for advancing state suicide prevention efforts. They are designed to help state policy leaders assess the status of their current infrastructure and guide policy making, funding, and administrative decisions accordingly. These guidelines may also be useful to others who support suicide prevention at the federal, state, and local level, including funders, suicide prevention coordinators, prevention coalitions, community organizations, advocates, and researchers.


Also note a couple of examples from NV (in the Lead and Examine sections). To see the examples, click on individual elements (e.g. Lead) and go into the individual recommendations themselves, where you’ll see a “Sway” (like a powerpoint) that lists examples as you click through the arrows.

LEARN MORE: View the recommendations online or visit the tools section to download a PDF version, as well as a two-page summary and an interactive checklist. To stay updated on new tools and content that will be added in the coming months, sign up for SPRC’s new State Suicide Prevention Infrastructure mailing list.


SPREAD THE WORD: Help champion the new recommendations by sharing this announcement with your networks, including the following suggested social media posts (& attached promotional image):


  • Twitter: Check out the first-ever recommendations for state #suicideprevention infrastructure from @SPRCtweets designed to help state policy leaders establish a solid foundation for suicide prevention #infrastructurematters


  • Facebook: Check out the first-ever recommendations for state #suicideprevention infrastructure from @SuicidePreventionResourceCenter designed to help state policy leaders establish a solid foundation for suicide prevention #infrastructurematters