Coping with COVID

Our community is facing global health crises, the impacts of which are far reaching and long lasting. There can be fear, stress, and anxiety related to COVID-19. We want you to know Bishop Wellness Center is here to support you.

Oregon Health Authority’s Testing Site Finder — Locate additional testing locations near you.

CDC FAQs for COVID

CDC COVID Prevention Strategies

CDC Back To College Tips

Mask Considerations, including cleaning, fit, etc.

CDC Quarantine vs. Isolation

Oregon Health Authority COVID Updates

An article validating the additional impact on young adults with chronic health conditions.

Campus Clear App — Symptom monitoring for students, faculty, and staff.

Willamette’s SOAR Center can help with food and essentials.

The Office of Student Resources offers an emergency fund application.

The case manager, at Bishop Wellness Center, can help students navigate local systems of support. Call Bishop’s front desk at 503-370-6471 to request an appointment.

The Hope Center for College, Community and Justice has created a guide for college students in need of practical support during COVID-19.

The Office of Academic Support can help with problem solving and tutoring.

Six ways to find balance with Zoom, from Mindful.

Psychology Today offers tips on zoom fatigue.

Bishop Wellness Center continues to offer counseling and can be reached at 503-370-6471.

The Office of the Chaplains is also available for support.

Dealing with Uncertainty in the COVID Pandemic article.

Psychology Tools offers a free guide to living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty (in multiple languages).

A student created resource from Mind Matters.

The Wellness Society offers a Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook (multiple languages).

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention offers Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty.

The Trevor Project offers LGBTQ youth coping advice.

The JED Foundation offers a variety of student specific resources.

Willamette University has processes in place for those experiencing discrimination to receive support and/or to file reports of dissemination through the office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.

The Student Center for Equity and Empowerment is a resource for students of various identities to connect, find information, and support one another, and is supported by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

The Gender Resource and Advocacy Center offers support and advocacy services surrounding sexual and gender identity, and sexual and relationship violence.

The Steve Fund is dedicated to the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color and has developed specific resources around COVID-19.

The Irresistible podcast (formerly Healing Justice podcast) focuses on healing and inspiration for social justice leaders.

The Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective offers a variety of social justice and mental health related resources.

Here are some tool kits on Surviving and Resisting Hate, from the Immigration, Critical Race, and Cultural Equity Lab.

Liberate Meditation is a free meditation app created by and for the BIPOC community.

Work on your personal development around anti-oppression by engaging with the 21-day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge.

The Office of the Chaplains offers resources and grief support, including a grief group.

For those who want individual counseling support around grief, Bishop Wellness Center is a resource. Call 503-370-6471.

The American Psychological Association provides some thoughts on grief in the time of COVID-19.

Heal Grief provides community, support, and connections to those who are grieving, including Actively Moving Forward virtual support groups for young adults.

Several apps offer relaxation, breathing, or meditation guidance with a free component or a free trial, such as Calm, Headspace, or Breathe2Relax.

Liberate Meditation is a free meditation app created by and for the BIPOC community.

COVID Coach is designed to support self-care and overall mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This article shares 9 podcasts for soothing your coronavirus anxiety.

The Irresistible podcast (formerly Healing Justice podcast) focuses on healing and inspiration for social justice leaders.


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