Mental Health Minute
May 1, 2020
Resources in Larimer County
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Cualquier persona que sea vulnerable a COVID-19 puede pedir ayuda de un vecino voluntario!
Emergency Childcare for COVID-19 First Responders
If you are part of the emergency workforce and are in need of childcare, find out Colorado's response and resources.
Supporting Healthcare Workers AND Local Restaurants
Check out this campaign to support healthcare workers and our restaurants industry by providing meals for medical responders. Donate here!
Check Your Symptoms Online
Not feeling great? You can check your symptoms online using this easy Banner Health tool.
Need Internet for School or Work?
Comcast is currently offering a two-month free internet plan for qualifying families. Find out more details here.
Resources for Everyone!
United Way has compiled a wide array of resources, including how to volunteer during the crisis, resources for older adults, for those experiencing unemployment, food resources, and more. Find out more here.
Self-Isolating in a Dangerous Home Situation?
Please reach out! Contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or CHAT online thehotline.org
Food Assistance Available Across the County
Multiple agencies are offering food assistance for those in need. Find out more here.
Crisis Hotlines Remain Open
You can always reach over via text or phone call if you need someone to talk to. Text "TALK" to 38255 or dial 844-493-8255.
Estes Valley Crisis Advocates are available 24/7 at (970) 577-9781
Family Fun Alert! Let's Dance!
If one of your three wishes is learning to dance like a Broadway hoofer, consider Aladdin's dance captain Nikki Long your genie. Along with Aladdin ensemble members Jennifer Rias and Donald Jones, Long is offering a tutorial for the splashy opening number "Arabian Nights" from the long-running Disney musical. It's the perfect activity to do with the family while stuck at home or to liven up your own quarantine fitness routine—no magic carpet or lamp required! Have a blast learning the steps!
We know parents are struggling to balance work, child care and self-care while keeping worries — both your children’s and your own — under control during this turbulent time surround the COVID-19 pandemic. You don’t have to do it alone.
Estes Park School District is committed to continuing to support our families through the evolving situation associated with the coronavirus. During this time of heightened awareness about public health and reducing risk of exposure for ourselves and those around us, it’s very important to gather updated information from trusted sources. Find information on:
- Food Services
- Mental Health Minute Archives
- Parent Communications
- Internet Access
- COVID-19 FAQ
Follow the link here.