COVID-19 Resources

Keeping Well with COVID-19

We recognize the impacts COVID-19 may have in your daily life related to well-being and the range of emotions that all of our communities have been and continue to experience.In light of this, we firmly believe that now, perhaps more than ever, is the time to be working towards better well-being. As we continue to navigate this time, we are here for you. 

We have curated resources, activities, and exercises to help support you. By cultivating healthy coping skills, we can feel more connected and in tune with our environments, bodies, and the present moment, in an otherwise uncertain time.

Motivation + Productivity

Switching to hybrid learning can be a big learning curve. You may also find your motivation and concentration affected due to higher levels of stress related to COVID-19.

To help you stay productivecheck out these tips:

  • Get into a routine
    • Use a planner/scheduling tool to help you stay organized
    • Create daily and weekly schedules for yourself; include breaks and meals
    • Plan fun things when you hit your goals
      • I.e. Call a friend or watch a new episode of your favorite TV show
    • Get up and go to sleep at the same time each day
  • Engage in healthy movement
  • Connect with others
    • Connect with your peers as a source of support/motivation
      • Start a group chat or have a weekly video check-in
    • Reach out to your professors to stay connected
    • Seek appropriate support and resources to help navigate this time
  • Maintain perspective
    • Focus on one task at a time
    • Remember your why
      • Why is your education important to you?
      • How is it helping your future goals?
      • Why are you passionate about your chosen subjects?
    • Be proud of yourself and celebrate, being able to finish the year amidst all of this is amazing!
Recovery + Substance Use Resources

We know that recovery is often built on being in community and supporting one another, and COVID has presented many challenges to previous ways of being in community with one another. However, we have compiled online/digital resources to help support your recovery during this time.

Alcoholics Anonymous

SMART Recovery

Narcotics Anonymous

Other Resources

Sleep Resources

It is very common to experience difficulty sleeping, quieting a racing mind, or unwinding from the day with everything going on in the world around us. However, rest is one of the key ways to boost our immunity, recharge our mental health, and ground ourselves.

Please see the resources below to help you achieve more restful sleep:

Additional Wellness Resources

Please see below for additional resources and support: