for any mental health assistance students can call 650-723-3785 any time, including evenings and weekends. A clinician will be available to speak with you, assess your situation and offer support and/or recommendations for follow-up.
Well-Being at Stanford Coaches are experts in offering support which best works for your well-being. You can schedule a 60 minutes one-on-one coaching session with any experts, and get the well-being support you need. Please see attach link for more information on coaches and scheduling Click here.
WELL for Life is a new and cutting-edge study at Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC). WELL is shifting the lens of chronic disease prevention by focusing on well-being- what does it mean to be well and how can we intervene to increase one's well-being.
SCOPE offers tips from Stanford psychiatrist on how to better cope with the pandemic.
USEFUL WEB LINKS
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
State Web Resource: The State of California today launched a new website providing information on steps people can take to stay healthy and find resources related to COVID-19. The website can be found at https://covid19.ca.gov
This Student Support Site addresses specific needs for Food, Housing, Academics, Travel, Virus Concerns, and Financial and Emotional Support.It includes:
Community Offerings Spreadsheets (for individuals seeking/offering housing and other resources)
Stanford University Official Resource Guides and Housing Support
Current University Policy and local Bay Area Policy Information (travel & health guidelines)
Community AdvisingHours Spreadsheet(hourly Zoom calls with Stanford volunteer advisors, students and faculty on logistics, emotional support, and academic support
New Stanford Medicine COVID-19 Resource Page: Stanford Medicine is closely monitoring the outbreak of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). This page is dedicated to the latest information and developments about COVID-19: https://med.stanford.edu/covid19.html
Whom to notify if you are feeling ill with COVID symptoms
Audible just announced free kids’ books to listen to reduce screen time. "With all of us experiencing varying degrees of social distancing and school closures, we have created something that we hope makes our customers’ lives a little easier. At stories.audible.com, you will find hundreds of our titles available completely free. These stories offer a screen-free option that we hope may help break up the day for families with students home from school.
Under the program, pet owners in the Bay Area who demonstrate financial need will be eligible to receive up to $1,000 for veterinary care as well funding for basic supplies, such as pet food and cat litter. Applications for the program are being accepted on the Pets In Need website at www.petsinneed.org/assistance.
In addition, we are partnering with the Ecumenical Hunger Program in East Palo Alto to distribute pet food and supplies to EHP clients with pets at home. We are also continuing to provide financial support and supplies to partner shelters in the Central Valley.
How to help the animal shelters, here is an article that discusses that with links.
(Seriously, I so super recommend these. I'm on day 6 of a 30 day challenge and have done another half dozen of her videos in the last week. They start off very easy, she always suggests modifications, and they build on each other really well.)