Resources to Support Families in Behavioral Health throughout COVID-19
New Additions 6/1/20
In this challenging time of change and much uncertainty, the Behavioral Health Family Resource Center is responding by frequently updating this list of online resources to support children, teens, adults, families and NSMC employees. Please keep practicing social distancing and other safety protocols and remember to make time to care for yourself.
Your inquiries, comments and suggestions are welcome. Contact email@example.com. We hope this is helpful.
Elizabeth Yourgrau, M.A., M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W., Clinical Coordinator, Behavioral Health Family Resource Center
Ivette Thomson, B.A., Program Coordinator, Behavioral Health Family Resource Center
Marguerite Roberts, M.S., N.P., Clinical Coordinator Mindfulness Programs, Behavioral Health Family Resource Center
NEW Family Resource Center is now offering online ZOOM Summer Workshops. You do not have to be a patient at NSMC to participate in our program offerings.
Julia Morgan, PsyD., is a licensed psychologist and the clinical coordinator for child and adolescent services at the Neuropsychological Assessment Center. She is available to connect with family members and loved ones of NSMC staff who are looking for additional support and consultation around managing COVID-19 related stress, concern about their loved one's employment related exposure, and other family/parenting needs. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Access Dr. Morgan's COVID-19 Resources here
My Hero is You: How Kids Can Fight CoronavirusChildren's storybook released by UNICEF to help children and young people understand and cope with COVID-19. Intended for children 6-11. Adults are encouraged to read the book first and then read the story along with children
Learn to Cope (LTC)meetings are for family members who have someone in their life struggling with the disease of addiction. If you would like to find out about our online ZOOM meetings, Contactkday@learn2cope.org