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- taking care of your mental and physical health
- staying focused while you work
- connecting with others, staying occupied, and getting inspiration
- speaking to the Drexel Counseling Center
- other ways to get FREE emotional support
- how Drexel faculty and staff are supporting students
Recommended by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updates and Resources
A variety of resources, from peer advice about family issues to entertainment (anyone ready for a film festival?) to wellness resources produced by the community. NOTE: This is a UK-based organization, so some resources are not applicable to readers overseas.
SAGE Mental Health Resources
The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging has compiled resources specifically for older community members; however, some resources may resonate with a broader audience, such as the Trans Lifeline, cancer support groups, and documents about living with anxiety and depression.
Resources on Disability and LGBTQ Followed by a Short Description
An annotated bibliography uploaded to the Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center, with an index for navigation.
Disability and GLBT Issues Resources
(Not a typo.) From the Benchmark Institute. Recommended resources on the Web and in literature.
Other LGBT and Aging Resources
This includes information about healthcare, housing, and more.
SAMHSA Information Resources
Insight from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Explore LGBTQ Philadelphia
General information from the Visit Philly website. Start planning for your next post-social-distancing outing, or learn about events that may have a virtual equivalent.