ACES COVID-19 Response Family Life


COVID Stinks: Let's Talk About It

Free Zoom event - Open to 14-18 year olds - Limited Enrollment
This is a four part series to address youth mental and emotional health. Learn tools to help navigate and cope with different feelings during the pandemic.
  • Open to all youth age 14-18 years.
  • This series will occur from 7:00 to 7:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, on December 1st, 3rd, 8th, and 10th.
Register Now!

Relationships

  • Futures Without Violence
    Support for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and for children who experience trauma and abuse, and for the nonprofit advocates who support them
  • Staying Connected with Colleagues, Family and Friends
    30 minute webinar by Karin Martinez-Extension Family Life & Child Development Specialist.
    Topics include the following:
    (sound starts at second 13)
    • Strategies for how to work from home and stay socially connected to colleagues in a virtual work environment.
    • Tips for maintaining healthy relationships with loved ones when staying at home.
    • Ideas for staying connected to family and friends when you are physically apart from them.
    • Websites for NMSU, ACES and community resources.

Información Sobre COVID-19

Community Resources

  • NM Crisis and Access Line
    The NM Crisis and Access Line is here to support individuals and communities during the COVID-10 outbreak. Counselors are available and here to hear you 24/7 at 855-662-7474.
    We have referral points in most parts of the state and can refer individuals to providers in their area.
  • NMConnect App Now Available (Video and Download)
    • Directly connect to a counselor or peer support worker
    • Directly text a peer support worker
    • Access up to date resources for substance use, mental health services, and other community resources
    • Information on the state response to COVID-19

Hand Washing | Hygiene

Important Information

Activities for Kids During Self-Isolation

Seniors

Pets