Disaster Distress Hotline: 1-800-985-5990

SELF-CARE RESOURCES

Provided by Tulane University School of Social Work in partnership with National Mental Health Innovation Center (NMHIC)

MEDITATE

Take a mental break and sit quietly for a few moments.

GET MOVING

Walk around the block. Go for a bike ride. Take an online yoga class.

CONNECT

Spend 10 minutes on the phone with a close friend. Video chat with a relative.

Indulge in sel

INDULGE

Watch a movie or TV show. Create art. Play a video game.

ADDITIONAL SELF-CARE RESOURCES

For Caregivers

Tips and links for first responders, disaster responders, medical professionals, social workers, and other mental health providers.

For Parents & Teachers

Parents and Teachers can help children and young adults in recognize and facilitate self-care.

For Kids

These curated resources help kids practice self-care on their own or with other members of their families.

ABOUT TULANE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

The Tulane School of Social Work is dedicated to enhancing the well-being and equitable treatment of diverse individuals and communities through transformative education, generation of knowledge, service and community engagement.

This partnership between TSSW and NMHIC curates and provides access to self-care resources for individuals during this challenging time and beyond.