Coping with COVID-19
Helping Students Change Today's Challenges into Tomorrow's Opportunities
Moore Public Schools' Mental Health Therapists work to normalize and promote the importance of mental health for our students, teachers, parents, and community at large. We empower students to overcome challenges both past and present in order to foster student success. Our program encourages health and wellness, strengthening families, reducing isolation, and building a sense of connection and community.
Coping with COVID-19 Information
See the links below for more information and resources regarding coping with isolation, sadness, and stress during times of uncertainty and COVID-19.
Youth and Young Adult Support Call
Fridays, 1-2PM https://zoom.us/ Click: Join meeting Enter meeting ID: 237-508-199
This is a weekly support call. It is meant to be a conversation for youth to share challenges and successes during social distancing. Youth can hear from other youth on how they have been coping during this pandemic and other stressful times. Resources will also be shared. The call is not meant to replace therapy though it can be therapeutic. Youth are invited to attend, invited to share, and invited to just sit and listen. The call will be facilitated by Christine Cao, Clifford Sipes, and youth from the Youth State Advisory. email@example.com 405-215-7203 or Clifford.firstname.lastname@example.org 405-593-9043
Reliable Resources for Up-to-Date Information Regarding COVID-19