Find information here about how to help your children, teens and family cope with the COVID-19 outbreak and related school closures.



Surround yourself with healthier, easier choices

Blue Zones Project works with communities and individuals to make healthy choices easier by transforming the environments around us to support and encourage well-being. Strategies around well-being grow from research into the original blue zones areas, where residents reach age 100 more often than in other places.

During this time of social distancing, we could all use some inspiration on how to reshape our home environment with “healthy and easy” always in mind.

The Healthier at Home website offers wellness tips such as:

✓ Simple actions with lasting impact

✓ Engaging programs and activities

✓ Feel-good resources and stories

✓ Social newsfeeds for sharing

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Navigate social distancing and school closures with quality media and at-home learning opportunities for your kids.

Podcasts and helpful articles for parents.

Homework help for kids.




Resources to build a life free of violence. Access to emergency shelter.
Get support 24-hours a day, 7 days a week on the crisis line at 541-673-7867 or 800-464-6543

Empowering social change and social distancing

Fact Oregon and the Oregon Department of Education

With social distancing in full effect, advice from Dr. Robert Myers helps strengthen connections between parents and children.

A community-wide resource developed by the OHSU School of Medicine

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) - What you need to know about the virus to protect you and your family

Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019

Mary Bridge Children's Hospital & Health Network

Autism Speaks

The National Association of School Psychologists

Child Mind Institute

A resource to turn to when you're feeling stressed

Fun and easy workouts for you and your kids

Center for Parent and Teen Communication offers practical, science-based strategies for strengthening family connections and building youth prepared to thrive.

Research-based insights to guide your kids toward making choices that serve the greater good.

Oregon State University public health outreach

Harvard University website that supports the science of early childhood as a source of new ideas that could be used to develop more effective policies & services focused on the early years of life.