Coping During Coronavirus
COPING DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
The outbreak of infectious diseases such as Covid-19 (Coronavirus) can be a stressful time. It is not uncommon to feel anxious or worried while listening, reading or watching the news, even if you’re at little to no risk of getting ill yourself. It’s important during times like these to keep track of your own physical and mental health, as well as safely stay connected to your community. Know the signs of stress and when and how to seek help for yourself, as well as loved ones.
During this stressful time, don't forget your own self-care. Take time to breathe, exercise, get plenty of sleep, and take a break from the news and social media periodically.
COPING WITH STRESS
- Building Healthy Habits at Home
- Tips for Self-Care During COVID-19
- Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks
- Take Care of your Mental Health: When to ask for help
SOCIAL DISTANCING & QUARANTINE
CORONAVIRUS EMOTIONAL WELLNESS ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS
Online support/help is available at the following times. Feel free to join in at any time. You can come and go as you would like:
- Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays – 4:30 to 6:30pm
- Saturdays – 10:00 am to 12 noon
- Tuesdays & Thursdays – 4:30 to 6:30pm
- Saturdays – 1:00 to 3:00pm
- Covid-19 Parenting
- One-on-One Time
- Keeping it Positive
- Structure Up
- Bad Behavior
- Keep Calm and Manage Stress
- Talking about Covid-19
Sesame Street in Communities resources and activities for children
- Simple Activities for Children and Adolescents
- How Teenagers Can Protect their Mental Health During Coronavirus
- After a Crisis: How Young Children Heal
RESOURCES FOR OLDER ADULTS
- Feeling lonely or isolated?
Call the Senior Support Line
- Ventura County Area Agency on Aging
IN EMOTIONAL DISTRESS? CALL THE CRISIS HELPLINE
If you would like to speak with a professional, Ventura County Behavioral Health encourages residents to call the crisis team. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Help is available in English, Spanish, and other languages.
Ventura County Crisis Team
If you believe your loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis and you need the assistance of law enforcement, call 9-1-1.