Coping During COVID

Local New Jersey Resource
NJ Hope and Healing, a program sponsored by the Mental Health Association of New Jersey, offers free emotional support via phone or text 7 days a week (multilingual services available). Virtual groups and other helpful resources are offered as well.

Helpful Apps

COVID Coach app

The world as we know it has changed and we are living in unprecedented and uncertain times. COVID Coach is designed to help you build resilience, manage stress, and increase your well-being during this crisis. The app is free, secure, and helps connect you to important resources for coping and adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Customized tools are available to help you cope with stress, stay well, stay safe, stay healthy, stay connected, and navigate parenting, care-giving, and working from home while social distancing, quarantined, or sheltered in place. You can track your mood, visualize your progress, and find resources to seek additional help and support. No account or password is required and user data is not collected. COVID Coach was made by the mobile mental health team of the National Center for PTSD, Dissemination & Training Division.
It’s hard being apart. Get tips and tools to stay connected on Nod.
Nod has been updated to help students grow and maintain strong social lives through the COVID-19 crisis. Just because we can’t be together physically doesn’t mean we can’t be socially connected. #flattenthecurve
There are a lot of unknowns in the world right now. But one thing is certain — Headspace is here for you. To help support you through this time of crisis, we’re offering some meditations you can listen to anytime.

Coronavirus Stress Relievers:11 apps to get you through the Pandemic

Virtual Groups

Virtual Groups for Emotional Support
A variety of virtual groups are available to provide emotional support during this period of COVID.   Group topics are geared for individuals from different backgrounds (i.e health care workers, caregivers, teachers, parents, adults, teenagers, Baby Boomers, Spanish speakers, etc.)

JULY VIRTUAL GROUPS: Click here for a “clickable” downloadable pdf of the Virtual Groups Schedule.

Links to other helpful College Counseling websites

Thrive Remotely-resources for Wellbeing
Thrive is a campus-wide initiative – owned by every member of the Wake Forest University community. The Office of Wellbeing leads the campus in making wellbeing a part of every experience in the lives of our students, faculty, and staff.