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New York City Offers Post-Election Stress Relief

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By    |   Monday, 12 Dec 2016 05:11 PM

New York City is reportedly offering counseling and support services for city workers feeling stressed out or "vulnerable" after the presidential election.

According to The Weekly Standard, an email blast to city workers last week offered to "share information and resources and to provide support."

"Many New Yorkers may be feeling distressed or vulnerable following the election results," the email reads, according to the outlet. "We have seen the concerns expressed on social media and we are monitoring them closely."

The email's subject line stated: "Feeling stressed? Resources for City employees" and included the letterhead of the New York City Employee Assistance Program; Thrive NYC, which is the city's mental health initiative, and Work Well NYC, which runs the city workers’ health plan, The Weekly Standard reported.

The email also contains links to resources including "coping with stressful events," helping children with stress, and "tips for self-care."

The city's Department of Education is "also developing supportive activities in schools and working with Thrive NYC's School Mental Health Consultants program to promote our students' mental wellness, the email states.

President-elect Donald Trump got walloped in the November election in every borough of the city except for Staten Island, and also lost the state of New York to Hillary Clinton, The Weekly Standard reported.

New York's Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio backed Clinton.

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