Social Distancing Resources
As our nation moves forward in the wake of the coronavirus, there have been some drastic changes to our everyday lives.
In the coming weeks, you may find yourself having to socially isolate to prevent the spread of the infection. This can be really tough – but we’re here to help you get through it!
It may be tempting for you to use more substances during this time. If you choose to use substances, please do so responsibly. Here are some tips.
If you’re worried about your workout, there are lots of ways for you to stay active while staying inside your home, or away from others! Check out these ideas for working out without the workout here.
Social isolation can add stress to your life. Try WELLWVU’s chillPACK for quick exercises to turn around your thinking.
There are so many ways that you can still interact with the outside world from the comfort of your home. Netflix Party is a FREE Google Chrome extension app that lets you watch Netflix with your friends, even as you stay apart!
These are uncertain times, and that can be tough on our mental health. The Carruth Center has put together some great tips about dealing with that uncertainty! Check them out here.
The Carruth Center has also partnered with WVU Online and Morneau Shepell to offer mental health and well-being support to WVU students living outside West Virginia.
If you’re looking for recovery resources, Serenity Place has gone virtual! Find their online schedule of programs here.
*Keep checking back as this content will be continuously updated!
For the most up-to-date information on the University’s response to the coronavirus, please visit: coronavirus.wvu.edu