Supportive Resources

FOR YOUNG PEOPLE


Self

“At Home” Family Resources from Common Sense
Common Sense provides resources to help you stay engaged and entertained while attending school from home.

NESCA Recommendations
Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents (NESCA) gives tips on creating positive and productive environments in our homes.

CDC Recommendations: Managing Stress
The CDC provides tips on coping with stress in a healthy way that will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.

How to Practice Social Distancing
MIT Technology gives advice on what you can do when circumstances force you to be out and about during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Preventing Loneliness While Social Distancing
From Scientific American, here’s advice for preserving your mental health while avoiding physical proximity.

Facebook: Taking Care of Your Emotional Health
Facebook’s COVID-19 Information Center provides 5 tips and resources on how you can focus on your emotional health.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1.800.273.8255)
The Lifeline provides 24/7 free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention, and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.

 


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Education/Learning

Free Wifi-Access
Charter offers free access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi for 60 Days for K-12 and College student households.

Scholastic Learn From Home
Scholastic Learn From Home provides students K-9th grade 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities.

Khan Academy
Khan Academy provides free lessons in math, science, and from kindergarten through college. Students can use their exercises, quizzes, and instructional videos to learn and master skills.

PBS At-Home Learning
PBS provides students Pre-K through 12th grade with free access to educational PBS daytime programming designated for each grade level.

Los Angeles Public Library E-Card
Get immediate access to the Los Angeles Public Library digital collections, including e-books, movies, music, and podcasts, with a free e-card.


Community

One Degree COVID-19 Resource Guide
One Degree started a Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay specific resource guide to address the urgent need to create one place to find essential community resources, such as Food Support, Homeless Support, and Financial Support.

211
211 is the most comprehensive source of locally curated social services information in the U.S. Call, text, or chat who can connect you with services and resources, including employment and education opportunities, shelter and housing options, and health care information.

LGBTQ+ Youth
If you are a foster youth who identifies as LGBTQ+, the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services is committed to promoting a safe and encouraging environment where you can thrive, regardless of your sexual orientation or gender-identity and expression (SOGIE).

FOR EDUCATORS


Self

“At Home” Family Resources from Common Sense
Common Sense provides resources to help your students or children stay engaged and entertained while attending school from home.

NESCA Recommendations
Neuropsychology & Education Services for Children & Adolescents (NESCA) gives tips on creating positive and productive environments in our homes.

CDC Recommendations: Managing Stress
The CDC provides tips on coping with stress in a healthy way that will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.

How to Practice Social Distancing
MIT Technology gives advice on what you can do when circumstances force you to be out and about during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Preventing Loneliness While Social Distancing
From Scientific American, here’s advice for preserving your mental health while avoiding physical proximity.

Facebook: Taking Care of Your Emotional Health
Facebook’s COVID-19 Information Center provides 5 tips and resources on how you can focus on your emotional health.

Teach For America: Mental Health Resources for Educators
Teach For America has put together a few health and wellness resources for teachers, from worksheets and educational games to articles and tunes.


Education/Learning

Scholastic Learn From Home
Scholastic Learn From Home provides students K-9th grade 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities.

Khan Academy
Khan Academy provides educators resources on how to set up their classroom for distance learning as well as provides professional learning webinars on topics such as tips for effective remote learning and how to engage and motivate students.

Teaching Theatre Online
Originally created by Dr. Daphne Sicre of Loyola Marymount University, this Google Doc on tips and resources for teaching theatre classes online.


Community

One Degree COVID-19 Resource Guide
One Degree started a Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay specific resource guide to address the urgent need to create one place to find essential community resources, such as Food Support, Homeless Support, and Financial Support.

Facebook Group: Teaching During COVID-19
This Facebook group serves as a resource for teachers to share lesson ideas, student connection ideas, and to support each other as educators face something in education never experienced before.

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