* Free * Mental Health Resources March 18, 2020 by Felicia Spencer Leave a Comment Park County Library is doing a five part mental health series in conjunction with the Christ Episcopal Church in Cody. They have already discussed navigating mental health services and suicide. Next up will be adolescent mental health, advocating for mental health, and lastly, living well. This series is intended to give you more resources to utilize to protect your own mental health and those you love. We want you to know that you are NOT alone, you are cared for, you have value, and we want you to thrive – not just survive. That all being said, here are a few resources for you in our next series of website tutorials. Many of these resources are FREE for your use and point you in the direction to get the help you need, should you feel you need it. Please take advantage of this opportunity and remember, your library is a safe place and you will never be judged here – you are welcomed with open and caring arms!1. Beginning at the website homepage for the Park County Library, I clicked on Online Resources up at the top of the screen.2. Then I clicked on Planetree Health Resources, Mental Health. (Note also the other available resources for health and wellness).3. Clicking on Planetree brought me to this blog post about available in-library and county mental health resources. Take the time to familiarize yourself with these various sources of help – you are sure to find something that is useful to you.4. More from the blog post – this explains a bit more about Planetree. This is a section of the library in Cody that has it’s own classification system to allow you to look up various health and wellness topics, specifically those pertaining to mental health.5. The Planetree Classification system is separate from the regular library classification system. This handy guide found on the website lets you know where to find what you are looking for.6. A reminder about the five part mental health series hosted by the Park County Library in conjunction with Christ Episcopal Church at the Cody library. Be sure to check this out!