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Self-care

Self-care

Good Day,

As we continue to be challenged with the uncertainties that surround this pandemic, SACC wants to provide you with a podcast opportunity that will help you further discover your strengths and abilities.

The introduction link is below and please avail yourself to those free podcasts that interest you the most.  You will need to subscribe to the podcasts but instructions as to where to find the various podcasts are provided through this introduction podcast.


Introducing: Unlocking Us | Brené Brown Join researcher and #1 New York Times best-selling author Brené Brown as she unpacks and explores the ideas, stories, experiences, books, films, and music that reflect the universal experiences of being human, from the bravest moments to the most brokenhearted. brenebrown.com

Please remember that as much as we hear that people are struggling to get access to basic supply needs–groceries, toilet paper, sanitizing products, stabilized income, SELF CARE is a need that is just as important!   Please continue to practice daily self care–adequate sleep, regular and healthy meals, exercise, socializing within the constraints of social distancing,  mindfulness, and fun safe activities!

Remember our 24 hour crisis line at 519-253-9667 is available to you. 

Stay Safe and Take Care of You!

Take care

Take care

Good Day,

Hard times don’t create heroes.  It is during hard times that the ‘hero’ within us is revealed”  Bob Riley

As both spring and the Easter holiday have arrived, we are further challenged to stay in isolation and practice social distancing.  Over the weeks you have received many messages as to ‘how to manage’ during this crisis.  By now you are likely challenged by fear, worry, boredom and/or feeling disconnected to those you care about.    You have survived crises before and it is these survival skills that have acted like your ‘hero’!  Please continue to use your positive strengths to take care of yourself during this difficult time.

Reach out to SACC crisis line at 519-253-9667 if you require support.  

Stay well,

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