Free Mental Health Resources

Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.
Henry David Thoreau

Are you looking for free mental health resources? Well, you have come to the right place.

What will you find here?

Understanding issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression can be the first step toward feeling better. However, it can be hard to know where to start.

With that in mind, our therapists at New Connections made a series of free mental health resources, such as e-books, videos, and more. These free resources work as a mental health toolkit, where you can discover new ways to cope with your problems and learn more about your challenges.

Although these don’t intend – in any way – to be a replacement for counseling, they can help you be more aware of warning signs and know when to seek professional help.

So, if you are interested in learning more about yourself and those you care about, these free mental health resources are a great place to start.

Why is mental health important?

Mental health impacts every area of our life: our mood, relationships, work, school. It affects how we think, feel and act on a daily basis. 

Taking care of your mental health improves your productivity, helps you work towards your goals, increases your self-esteem, reduces stress and anxiety, and improves your relationships.

Focusing on your mental health and well-being can enhance your quality of life and also your physical health. For example, by reducing the risk of heart disease, sleep problems, and substance abuse.

What can you do to improve your mental health?

Learning and practicing new coping mechanisms and strategies can go a long way in improving your mental health.

Research shows that reading can change your brain and create different patterns. In this sense, resources such as e-books can help you acquire new information and skills. It’s all about figuring out what works for you.


Do you feel constantly worried, anxious, or stressed? Are you looking for new ways to cope with your stress and anxiety?

Our therapist at New Connections put together a Free E-Book to help you understand your stress and anxiety and learn how to manage them.