People respond to a world crisis in different ways. Some, including first responders, doctors, sanitation workers, and those in food preparation, must continue going to work to maintain essential functions in our communities.
Others who are under stay-at-home orders have responded with stress, anxiety, and despair; they likely feel lonely and isolated. However, some people see a silver lining, have faith in humanity and believe that, together, we can do our part to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our purpose is to:
- Identify common types of isolation. Identification may be the first step toward lessening some of the pain.
- Provide coping strategies at this difficult time.
Please join us as we discuss:
- Tools to help at this time