Hello – National Resources – Music




I really hope you and your families are taking the time to review facts, talk, breathe, play, pray, and eat together.

During times of great stress, especially with this pandemic phenomena, our best outlets can be music, art, and other creative expressions, as well as reaching out to loved ones, and/or contacting a mental health professional to talk about our concerns.

Feeling heard and seen is extremely important when we feel isolated, so below I’ve created a list of nation wide resources for you. I am, by the way, in the mental health profession as well as in the music industry, so I just couldn’t help myself. I want to extend some resources to help you too.



1. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
a. https://www.remedylive.com/suicide/
b. 1-800-273-8255
2. Free Telephone Counseling Hotlines in the United States
a. https://www.opencounseling.com/hotlines-us
3. National Alliance on Mental Illness / NAMI
a. https://www.nami.org/find-support/nami-helpline
b. Call 1-800-950-NAMI (6264), Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., ET, or send an email to info@nami.org.



During this COVID-19 crisis, I encourage you to practice self-care, get creative, listen to some phenomenal music, and support musicians who cannot work, like most of you.

Below are two links:

1. Curated by DJ Celeste Lear / Spotify: a. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3lYq4xKhklXDH20zuFn57X…
2. Curated by Atiim Chenzira – Blackulah / Soundcloud & Spotify: a. https://soundcloud.com/atiimchenzira



1. Center for Disease Control:
2. World Health Organization:


All the best to you and yours.




Atiim Chenzira

Ridah Ridah Entertainment


Ridah Ridah Entertainment / R2E 2020

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