As the isolation and restrictions of the Coronavirus global pandemic drag on for longer than any of us could have imagined, maintaining strong mental health becomes harder and harder. Now parents, kids, teachers and administrators are faced with a difficult situation with seemingly no solution that works well for all.
Ensuring that we remain mentally healthy and strong during this time is critical and increasingly harder to do. Please consider some of the resources listed below to assist you in finding a positive attitude in these times. Thanks to Michelle Nicopolis and Nicki Leanza for sharing this valuable information.
Here’s a list of some free support groups, resources, and more! Remember, support groups don’t substitute professional counseling, but they can be helpful and a way to socially connect and find some free support.
Specific topics w/online support groups – links to landing page and usually scroll down to find the online support groups:
If it’s simply something new to entertain, educate or otherwise distract you for a bit, here’s a PDF list of online activities from workouts to the arts, from travel to kids; education and enrichment.
Need to see some smiling faces? Please join us at 3pm on weekdays for our Check-iN-Chat via Zoom to connect, pray and know you’re not alone.