Online Tool Supports Better Mental Health During COVID-19

During Mental Health Month in May, Sweetser has partnered with Lee and Amanda Prior, the owners of 10 Domino’s Pizza stores in Maine, to deliver a special message: that support is available in these challenging times. Through the delivery of thousands of flyers on pizza boxes, the community mental health provider invites individuals and families to try the free and confidential online wellness tool, myStrength.

“This self-help site is a great resource and complement to the clinical work we are doing to help improve the overall health and wellbeing for people in communities we serve,” said Sweetser Medical Director Marc Kaplan, DO. “myStrength supports the whole person: mind, body and spirit.”

Other 24/7 support is available for Maine residents: the Maine Crisis Line at 1-888-568-1112; and the Intentional Warm Line at 1-866-771-9276.

myStrength has online exercises to help cope with daily challenges including during COVID-19. Check out the links below, or visit

Staying Connected While Social Distancing

Managing Time at Home with the Kids

Parenting in Challenging Times

Keeping Your Relationship Strong

Changing Plans and Handling Disappointment

Coping Skills

Sweetser is a nonprofit community mental health provider with a statewide network of care for mental and behavioral health, developmental, and educational support for children, families and adults. The organization is the mobile crisis services provider in more than half of the counties in Maine. Visit for more information.

Domino’s stores owned by Lee and Amanda Prior include: 496 Stillwater Ave., Old Town; 6 Clinton St., Bangor; 42 Elm St., Waterville; 220 Park St, Rockland; 974 Main St., Sanford; 621 Main St, Gorham; 58 Ossipee Trail, Standish; 14 Heathwood Dr, Windham; 379 Main St., Presque Isle; and 127 North St, Houlton.