Resources to Help You Cope with the COVID-19 Epidemic

If you start to have thoughts about hurting or killing yourself, please call: The Suicide Prevention Resource Center- SPRC’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

This is a joint initiative by the City of Philadelphia and  Blue Cross.  There is a number to call if you are experiencing a mental health crisis. 

Activities to Do from Home to Cope with COVID-19

Zoom-based classes from Siloam: Siloam is hosting online classes. These classes help with stress and finding your inner peace and staying balanced during these trying times.

  • Monday at 10am: Chair Yoga – meeting ID 407-732-497
  • Monday at 11am: Pilates – meeting ID 799-919-124 / PW: 692710
  • Tuesday at 2pm: Manifesting Your Journey – meeting ID 761-654-33 / PW: 715452
  • Friday at 10am: Tai Chi – meeting ID 572-449-996 / PW: 244261
  • Friday at 11am: Spirit Dance Cardio Flow – meeting ID 978-621-498 / PW: 127761

LGBTQ Resources

Resources for Parents

Other Resources for Coping with COVID-19

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Dr. Mario Cruz

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