COVID-19 Wellness Resources
Well-Being During Coronavirus
Practices, resources, and articles for individuals, parents, educators, and health care professionals facing COVID-19.
Mental Health & Suicide Prevention
During this unprecedented time, it is normal for children and adults alike to experience a range of uncomfortable and difficult emotions, such as anxiety, stress, frustration, boredom, and fear. Staying connected to others and utilizing coping strategies can be important in resilience building for youth and adults.
CCSD Health & Mental Health Support
Families can call the CCSD HealthLine to be connected to a school nurse or a mental health professional. They are available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the statewide school closure.
Stress Management Videos
Wellness Videos for Middle and High School Students:
Physical Activity Resources
Finding ways to stay active at home is good for your physical (and mental) health! Here are some ideas for how you and your family can stay healthy at home through physical activity.
CCSD will provide free grab-and-go bagged breakfast and lunch meals at several sites across the district for kids through age 18.
Other Food Assistance Resources
- Foodbank Sites: Cherry Creek Schools is honored to partner with a number of food banks and community resources during this unique time. These resources are available for those who are looking to volunteer or donate as well as for those who are in need.
- United Way
- Available to translate in different languages
- Arapahoe County Resources
- Colorado Peak: PEAK is an online service for Coloradans to screen and apply for medical, food, cash, and early childhood assistance programs
Finding ways to eat healthy is good for your physical (and mental) health! Here are some ideas and resources for you and your family to stay healthy through good nutrition.