WiT Wellness

WiT is committed to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of our community. We understand that stress and challenges that we face every day can have a potential impact on our mental and physical health. Awareness can make all the difference in a life well lived. We invite you to explore the tools and resources below that can help guide your mental health and wellness journey.

DEPRESSION

Chronic Illness and Mental Health: Recognizing and Treating Depression

This brochure provides information about depression and mental health for people living with chronic illnesses, including children and adolescents. It discusses symptoms, risk factors, treatment options, and presents resources to find help for yourself or someone else.

Depression

This brochure provides information about depression including the different types of depression, signs and symptoms, how it is diagnosed, treatment options, and how to find help for yourself or a loved one.

Older Adults and Depression

Depression is not a normal part of aging. This brochure describes the signs, symptoms, and treatment options for depression in older adults.

Depression in Women: 5 Things You Should Know

This brochure provides information about depression in women including signs and symptoms, types of depression unique to women, treatment options, and how to find help.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

This fact sheet provides information about seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression. It includes a description of SAD, signs and symptoms, how SAD is diagnosed, causes, and treatment options.

Perinatal Depression

This brochure provides information about perinatal depression including how it differs from the “baby blues”, causes, signs and symptoms, treatment options, and how you or a loved one can get help.

Teen Depression: More Than Just Moodiness

This fact sheet is intended for teens and young adults and presents information about how to recognize the symptoms of depression and how to get help.

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): More Than the Winter Blues

This infographic provides information about how to recognize the symptoms of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and what to do to get help.

CRISIS HOTLINES

Crisis Text Line: Text “HOME” to 741741 from anywhere in the USA
Child Abuse National Hotline
Teen Line

1-800-852-8336 (800-TLC-TEEN, 24/7.)
Text "TEEN" to 839863 (5:30pm-9:30pm PST)

Postpartum Support Helpline

Call or text 1-800-944-4773 (4PPD)

Veteran Support Resources: