Crisis in Ukraine: How to Help

March 10, 2022

As Canadians and those around the world watch the conflict in Ukraine from afar, many are wondering what they can do to help.

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Stressed by what’s going on in Ukraine? How to cope – and help

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Two experts from Michigan Medicine – psychiatrist Michelle Riba, M.D., M.S., and internal medicine physician Michele Heisler, M.D., M.P.A., –  offer some tips and advice. Heisler is also medical director of Physicians for Human Rights, an international health and human rights organization.
  1. If you’re glued to the news, unstick a bit
  2. Help younger people reduce exposure on social media – and set limits for yourself too
  3. Support your own mental health with physical acts
  4. Exert control by preparing
  5. Focus on the humanitarian spirit that this crisis is bringing outing
  6. Give to reputable organizations helping Ukrainians
  7. Help refugees who are already in your area

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