Coronavirus: Working together as we navigate uncharted territory
Strategic Prevention Solutions cares deeply about the safety and well-being of the people and communities that our clients work with every day. We recognize these are difficult times and many in our communities are experiencing hardship and distress. Fortunately, many more people are engaging in preventative measures and acts of compassion, such as checking in with loved ones, helping neighbors, observing 15 days to slow the spread and limiting social engagements to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
In-person site visits
Here at SPS, we continue to work on all projects. However, in an effort to do our part in keeping our community safe, we have rescheduled upcoming in-person site visits and our research associates have reached out to clients that will be affected by this change. If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding an ongoing project, please feel free to contact us and we'll work through it together.
We got you covered
Local, state, national and international agencies are converging to provide credible information to community leaders and media. During this time, it is critical to take care of your own health. We recognize that many of our clients and communities we serve are navigating uncharted territory, so we are here to support and work alongside you.
SPS prioritizes prevention and mitigating harmful experiences to individuals and communities. We have been keeping informed and wanted to share additional resources that might assist you in managing this difficult and stressful time.
With the number of COVID-19 cases increasing every day, psychologists offer advice on how to physically separate yourself from others (social distancing), while still getting the social support you need.
Here are more helpful articles:
Taking care of your behavioral health: tips for social distancing, quarantine and isolatio
For providers and community leaders: Helping people manage stress associated with COVID-19
For more up-to-date information on COVID-19, check out the CDC.
Times like this can definitely bring us down, so let's work to keep our spirits high.