Navigating Isolation w/ Crisis Connections at 10am


Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 10 – 11 am

A lot of people are feeling overwhelmed, afraid, and isolated because of the pandemic. There has been a great deal of grief and loss with the loss of physical contact like hugs or handshakes, grabbing lunch with a friend or family member, taking a walk with a neighbor or even just by yourself, or maybe attending the events and activities that are held at the center.

With all of these different types of losses, it can leave us feeling defeated and add to our isolation. As humans, we are inherently social beings. Connecting with others increases our emotional well-being and helps us to feel less alone. We hope you will be able to connect with us, we would love to hear from you!