Free Resources to Support Well-Being

We know this is a hectic and uncertain time for many people––not just Job One employees. Our Employee Resource Advocate, Chelsi Flores, compiled these free resources to help you stay sane, active and supported during the corona pandemic. If there’s a resource you like that you don’t see on this list, just comment on the blog and we can add it!

Wishing you and your loved ones health and safety from all of us at Job One.

Free Online Exercise Resources

Getting Food (not available in all locations]

Grocery Delivery Services:

Grocery Curbside Pick-up (Online Ordering) Services:

Meal Delivery Services (most have introductory discount offers):

Restaurant Delivery Services:

Free Meditation Resources

Some Local/National Religious Services Offered Online (incomplete listing)

 For Individuals in Recovery

Online meetings:

 Tips to stop touching your face:

Mental Health Resources

 Ways to Socialize While Maintaining Social Distancing Precautions

  • Video chat with friends and family (Facetime, Android video chat, Google Hangouts, Zoom, Skype)
  • Host a “Netflix Party”:
  • Have an Online Karaoke party:
  • Play an online multiplayer game together
  • Play charades via Google Hangouts, Zoom, Skype
  • Host an online scavenger hunt (meet via Google Hangouts, Zoom, Skype then give everyone a fun list of items to find in their house and “show off” what they find when time is up!)
  • Host a photo/video scavenger hunt—give them a list of silly things to do and take a photo/video of themselves to share with the group (e.g., headstand, attempt to juggle, eat a hot pepper)
  • Play Pictionary via Zoom using the screenshare feature
  • Play digital board games together
  • “Meet” for online party games [not free]:
  • Practice your photography skills and share with friends
  • Make/share TikTok videos
  • Play “Car Pool Karaoke” via Zoom—take turns picking a song and challenge other(s) to sing along.  Everyone starts muted, then selectively unmute friends to share their performance with the group.
  • Host an online journal club or book club
  • Watch a movie or show “together” via Zoom, Facetime Group, Google Hangouts, Skype, Facebook Live or host a movie Tweet-along via Twitter (start your own #hashtag)
  • Do a craft “together” via Zoom, Facetime Group, or Google Hangouts
  • Write a story together—one person in the group writes a couple sentences, then emails it to the next group member who adds another couple sentences and passes it along. Keep going as many rounds as it remains fun!
  • Play a social online game together (e.g., Words With Friends, Draw Something, Golf Clash)
  • Engage in Virtual Team Building Activities:
  • Send emails, notes, texts to your friends and family expressing gratitude and/or admiration

 Entertain Yourself While in Quarantine

Consider keeping a COVID-19 Journal to remember this historical event (some prompts below):

  • How has this impacted your daily life?
  • How has it affected your view of the important work you do?
  • How has spending time at home with family influenced your interactions and feelings toward your family?  OR How has spending time home alone influenced your interactions and feelings toward your family? 
  • What has happened during this crisis that has surprised you in a positive way? What has happened during this crisis that has surprised you in a negative way?
  • What can you be grateful for in this moment?
  • How might this experience impact your life long-term?

Free Online Cultural Experiences

Free Online Classes

 Resources for Parents

How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus:

Childcare Services: 

Tips for working at home with kids:

 How to Navigate Google Classroom (if your child’s school is using this to transition online):

 Online lessons/activities to keep the kids busy: