VOICES Coronavirus Response Tip Sheets were created to help individuals and families maintain positive mental health and wellness in the aftermath of the pandemic. Tip Sheets provide guidance on helping your children, yourselves and your family weather the storm. Simple steps taken today, can make a difference in your ability to withstand what might be a long road ahead.
Beyond the serious medical concerns, VOICES recognizes that during this challenging time, one’s mental health could be in jeopardy. Staying informed about the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions, and finding support when needed, is a critical first step in maintaining resilience for yourself and your family. VOICES Coronavirus Response Program and our COVID-19 Tip Sheets are based on VOICES years of expertise in helping thousands of victim’s families, survivors and responders heal after tragedy.
With the recent outbreak of the COVRONAVIRUS (COVID-19), children’s normal routines have been dramatically disrupted, causing uncertainty and stress on families.
Lessons learned based on our experience providing support services for thousands of families, survivors, and responders since 2001.
There are four areas where the most common reactions to stress usually appear. Be alert for ANY unusual stress responses and seek professional help if symptoms persist or impact your daily quality of living.
In the aftermath of the COVID-19 Outbreak, many individuals may experience fear and anxiety due to the unpredictability of the spread of the virus internationally.
Information and support is always available by phone, text, or online and is updated regularly, so please check often.
VOICES is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak by expanding our programs to provide support and build resilience in our communities. During this challenging time, your contribution to our efforts is critical. Consider supporting our work by making a donation today!
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VOICES Mission - To provide long-term support services, resources, and access to mental health care for 9/11 victims’ families, responders, and survivors, while assisting communities in their response and long-term recovery from acts of terrorism, mass violence, and other tragedies.
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