COVID-19: Helping ourselves. Helping each other.
More than ever, staying healthy now means protecting our mental health. Despite anxiety and uncertainty, work still needs to get done, children need structure and attention, and daily meals need to be prepared. Taking care of our mental health, and discovering our own resilience is even more important now, so that we are able to cope with stress, and care for others who depend on us. Here you can find resources, information, and guidance to help navigate this ‘new and temporary’ normal.
Children, Youth & Parents / Guardians Young children, teenagers, and youth need different kinds of support as they experience ‘cabin fever’ Adults Coping skills and effective ways to manage the uncertainty of life during COVID-19 Seniors & Caregivers There are ways to maintain connection with your family and friends to help with feelings of isolation Employees and Employers Resources and help with the disruption in the workforce and the resulting uncertainty Healthcare Hotlines, crisis support, and counselling as well as self-care information for those on the frontlines Educators Resources, tools, and links for K-12 teachers.