Healthy Living Resources

Healthy Living Resources

In this time of stress and uncertainty, check out these opportunities to connect and find support online:
  • Mental Health Resources are available through Every Mind, a local non-profit with a mission to promote mental wellness, as well as the local chapter of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Find help for coping with racial justice issues, COVID-19 and lots more.
  • Find Solace and Guidance to cope with recent events and racial justice issues HERE.
  • Family Support Toolkit – Get faith resources from the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College to help kids cope with the current crisis HERE.
  • Parent Groups – It’s been a long few months with lots of unsettling news and big changes to the family routine. Connect with friends in faith who have kids of similar age to share the journey and get insights that may help!  To learn more and express interest in joining a virtual parent group, contact facilitator Sheila Langston.
  • Health Support & Education – Browse and register for FREE or low-cost online classes offered by Holy Cross Health HERE.
  • “Healthy Living” Classes and Webinars are being offered online by Brooke Grove Retirement Village, at no cost or low-cost.  Get details HERE.  To register, contact Toni Davis at [email protected]
  • Three Keys for Less Stress During the COVID-19 Crisis – Free 3-week online faith-based program appropriate for anyone who seeks to find more peace and grow closer to God during this challenging time. Learn more and register HERE.
  • NAMI Parent Support Group – for parents and caregivers of children and young adults (through age 26) who are dealing with mental health issues. Facilitated by St. Andrew members Tamara & Michael Arsenault. Meeting online every other Tuesday at 7pm. Click HERE to get more information and register.
  • Children’s Book “Conquering COVID-19” – Help your child understand and cope using this free resource. Click HERE to view and download.
  • Have Specific Questions or Concerns? Contact Mental Health Ministry Chair Sheila Langston or Faith Community Nurse Marilee Tollefson.