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By Grace Basler, Communications Intern Like most college students, Becca started this school year amid the uncertainty of a hybrid in-person and virtual learning environment. Going into her senior year, Becca is studying Neuroscience and Russian. On a typical day, you might also find her playing the piano, drawing and creating art, playing video games, […]
By Grace Basler, Communications Intern In the summer of 2015, Sean was introduced to CommUnity through a friend who was a Crisis Intervention volunteer. He thought that volunteering in Crisis Intervention sounded interesting, but originally put off becoming a volunteer because he didn’t know if he could make time for the training. Eventually, however, Sean […]
Hi! I’m Kyle. I’m in the last semester of my Master of Social Work program (so close, yet so far!). I joined mobile crisis because I wanted to take the skills I use when working with individual clients and families to the next level. I have certainly become more proficient, but also grown in areas […]
By Grace Basler, Communications Intern As a community, we are facing unprecedented circumstances. The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact only heighten the need for the services offered by CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank. For many people, the pandemic is a scary time. In addition to fearing the virus itself, our society is rapidly […]
By Rochelle Honey-Arcement, Director of Mobile Crisis Outreach As we are all taking steps to responsibly reduce the likelihood of spread of COVID-19 by social distancing, we need to be mindful of our mental health during this time. Social distancing is very close to social isolation and we know that isolation can have detrimental effects […]
For concerns regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus, please dial 211. For a full list of CommUnity’s available services, volunteer opportunities, and donation acceptance policy, please visit builtbycommunity.org/covid19. For tips to support your mental health at home, please check out our blog posts, “Social Distancing and Supporting Your Mental Health” and “Reducing Preconditions of Trauma.” For additional mental […]
We know that these are scary and uncertain times. At CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank, we hear every day from people in our community how the COVID-19 virus is causing upheaval in their lives. It’s a lot to deal with. We want you to know that we’re here to help.