Resources

If you or a loved one needs extra support during this time, please reach out to us at care@sewi.org.  

COVID-19

Social Wellness 

Community Resources 

You will find an extensive list of resources focused mostly in the Los Angeles County area. 

Coping with Grief & Loss in Isolated Times

We know many people dealing with grief and loss right now through many factors of our lives. We have put together a document of tips and activities to help you cope and find ways to feel supported.

Support Teens & Young Adults 

Here are some tips on ways to support a teen or young adult through this challenging time. 

Some Good News with John Krasinski

Weekly John Krasinski share good news that is going on in our work. Check it out for all the feels! 

Manage your time in isolation

Here are some suggestions about how to best manage your time in isolation.

Eating during COVID-19: Improve your mood and lower stress

Here is a great article on how the food we are eating can help improve our mood and lower our stress. 

Emotional Wellness 

Coronavirus Anxiety workbook

A great workbook focusing on the coronavirus and anxiety to help you navigate your emotions.

Reducing this tension and staying connected

Here is a great article on how to survive this time of togetherness.

Help manage stress

Use some stress management techniques, such as meditation or deep breathing, check out this list of apps to find the right one for you.

Control worksheet 

Here is an activity that can help you manage stress, feelings and worry once you have identified the things you can focus on and let go of the things you can’t control.

Journaling is also a great way to relieve stress and worry. 

Journaling prompts we created to help guide you as you reflect.

Activity Resources

Emotion Charades Activity

This icebreaker/team-builder is a perfect introductory activity to do with young people or with adult staff and other interested persons. Combining emotional recognition with emotion presentation, it allows individuals to get experience recognizing and expressing certain emotions and viewing how others may perceive a specific emotion.

Self Care Assessment & Plans 

We have created a self care planning worksheet that is adapted to the “safe at home”... We hope you take the time to think about how you are taking care of yourself. 

Self-Care Tips

This icebreaker/team-builder is a perfect introductory activity to do with young people or with adult staff and other interested persons. Combining emotional recognition with emotion presentation, it allows individuals to get experience recognizing and expressing certain emotions and viewing how others may perceive a specific emotion.

Emotional Check in

Emotional check in with ourselves, families and friends is so important. Sometimes it's difficult to express our feelings simply because we can’t find the right words.  We thought that perhaps by equating our feelings to the weather it may help us be more in-tune with our emotions. Here is a graphic to help us make checking more fun. 

© 2019 by The Social & Emotional Wellness Initiative

  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle
  • LinkedIn - Black Circle
  • Pinterest - Black Circle

3415 S Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034

Tel: (424) 625-2952

SEWI is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, EIN 82-4152443.

All contributions are tax deductible. No goods or services will be provided in exchange for a contribution.