CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 RESPONSE

Updated Local Resources in response to COVID-19   Click here: Resource List 04_06_2020


Onlacmine Learning from Allegany College: Parents will learn fun and engaging ways to keep their child entertained while learning valuable life and school readiness skills. After each class, parents will have an activity they can do with their child. https://bit.ly/parentsteach


Online Recovery Resources for Substance Abuse and related  Click here: Online Recovery Resources


Helmcfp for families with behavioral health needs, including mental health, substance abuse and gambling issues contact MD Coalition of Families call the Family Support Specialist at 410-730-8267 or email at referral@mdcoalition.org Resources: MCF Family Peer Support Substance Use (003)  / Online Recovery Resourcesproblem gambling flyer 12.2.19 v2


Self Care Tips   Click Here: Self Care Tips


While at home here are wonderful ways to:
exercise at home,
live drawing and art classes for kids,
mental health meditations,
entertainment,
virtual field trips, and more.
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PER THE STATE OF MARYLAND: 

Use your head — Slow the spread

All Marylanders are advised to take a few simple precautions to help reduce their risk of exposure:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water
  • Cover your mouth and nose while sneezing or coughing
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Avoid contact with sick people
  • If you are sick, stay home and call your health care provider
  • Practice social distancing — keep distance between yourself and others and avoid crowds

Social Distancing

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, social distancing is a way to keep people from interacting closely or frequently enough to spread an infectious disease. Social distancing can take many forms, depending on your lifestyle and your family and work situation. Social distancing can include the following habits and steps:

  • Avoid handshaking, hugging and other intimate types of greeting
  • Avoid non-essential travel (your health care provider may have specific guidance for your situation)
  • Avoid crowds, especially in poorly ventilated spaces
  • Work from home if possible for your work situation
  • Avoid unnecessary errands — consider ways to have essential items, like food and other household supplies, brought to your house through online delivery services or through family or social networks
 
 
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