312 Results

Obe Fitness

Parent source: 

Medium: 

web page/video

Summary: 

This website provides various online exercises from yoga, to dance cardio to boxing just to name a few examples. Additionally, the classes are intended for a variety of fitness levels.

Audience: 

General Audience/anyone who is interested in exercise classes

Population: 

General

Time: 

Depending on the class.

Cost: 

Requires fee or paid subscription

Maybe

Fitness, exercise, health, self care

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10 best YouTube workout channels to try during quarantine

Parent source: 

cnet.com

Medium: 

web page/video

Summary: 

This article provides links to 10 different Youtube channels to help stay active at home. There are a variety of exercise videos including cardio, Zumba, yoga, boxing, HITT classes, pilates, and low impact workouts.

Audience: 

General Audience

Population: 

General/Those interested in exercising at home

Time: 

Depends on the video. There are 10 YouTube channels on this webpage with numerous videos each.

Cost: 

Free

Yes

workout at home, fitness, health, exercise, self care

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List of Resources for Undocumented People in NYC

Parent source: 

Medium: 

PDF/PDF/but this is a living document

Summary: 

This document compiles a variety of resources that may be helpful for undocumented people. Some of these resources are specific to the NYC and greater NYC area. Some of the resources available include:
housing, legal resources, protesting, education, food, mental health, internet, bills assistance, wellness ,death care, and entertainment just to name a few.

Audience: 

The NYS Youth Leadership council states that these resources are mostly intended to target the needs of undocumented people in NYC during the pandemic.

Population: 

Undocumented people 

Time: 

Depending on the resource.

Cost: 

Free

Yes

undocumented people, resources, Covid-19, pandemic, NYC

Keywords: 

Four Ways People of Color Can Foster Mental Health and Practice Restorative Healing

Parent source: 

Medium: 

web page

Summary: 

This resource provides information about ways to de-stigmatize mental health, culturally competent mental health services, ways to practice self care for people of color. This article provides various links to resources as well.

Audience: 

This article states that the resources are to help guide people of color

Population: 

People of Color

Time: 

15-30 mins

Cost: 

Free

Yes

mental health, self care, people of color, restorative healing, cultural competence

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44 Mental Health Resources for Black People Trying to Survive in This Country

Parent source: 

Medium: 

web page

Summary: 

This article provides a list of podcasts, social media, brands, organizations to help support mental health for Black individuals and directories and networks for finding a black (or allied) therapist.

Audience: 

This article states that these resources are for Black people

Population: 

People of Color

Time: 

30-60 mins

Cost: 

Free

Yes

stress management, mental health, self care, racism, wellness, people of color, resources

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Black lives matter. Black mental health matters too.

Parent source: 

Medium: 

web page

Summary: 

This article provides a working list of mental health resources created by and for Black people.

Audience: 

This article states that it provides a list of mental health resources created by and for Black people.

Population: 

Black individuals 

Time: 

15-30 mins

Cost: 

Free

Yes

mental health, Black folks, self care, black lives matter, black mental health matters

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The Urgency of Intersectionality

Parent source: 

Medium: 

video/Ted Talk

Summary: 

Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term "intersectionality" to describe race and gender discrimination and police brutality against Black women.

Audience: 

General Audience

Population: 

Black Individuals/specifically Black women

Time: 

15-30 mins

Cost: 

Free

Yes

racism, systemic racism, intersectionality, discrimination against Black individuals, specifically Black women

Keywords: 

Addressing Food Insecurity During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Medium: 

webinar/seminar/video

Summary: 

This resource interviews Annie Ciaraldi, Associate Dean of Students at University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell), to discuss the suspension pantry resource distribution to students, staff, and the surrounding community due to COVID. It explains how the food pantry has attempted to maintain support for food insecure individuals through suspension of in-person activities through grab-and-go meals for students on campus. Methods of distribution, maintaining stock, and communication updates were explained.

Audience: 

Higher Education Institutions

Population: 

Resource Insecurities

Time: 

30-60 mins

Cost: 

Free but with paid features

No

food insecurity, access to food, support, staffing

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Free Adult Virtual Support Group For Eating Disorder Recovery

Medium: 

chat or hotline/virtual support group

Summary: 

This resource is a submission form with information and access to a support group for individuals navigating eating disorder recovery.

Audience: 

General Audience

Population: 

In Mental Health Treatment or Seeking Treatment

Time: 

<5 mins

Cost: 

Free

Yes

support group, eating disorders, stress, COVID,

Keywords: 

Somatics, Healing, and Social Justice in the time of coronavirus

Medium: 

webinar/seminar/video

Summary: 

Alta Starr (somatics practitioner) hosts a panel discussion centered on author Staci Kay Haines' book, The Politics of Trauma: Somatics Healing and Social Justice. Somatics centering techniques are presented as methods of grounding and self-reflection in the face of oppression, uncertainty, and intense emotions.

Audience: 

General Audience

Population: 

General/In Mental Health Treatment or Seeking Treatment/In Recovery for Substance Use/People of Color

Time: 

>1 hour

Cost: 

Free

Yes

social justice, somatics, wellness, anti-racism, trauma, stress management

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MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH IS CENTRAL TO PRESERVING THE ACADEMIC MISSION

Parent source: 

Medium: 

PDF

Summary: 

This resource discusses the mental health impacts of Covid-19 and ways to support faculty, staff ,and students during this "new normal".

Audience: 

General Audience

Population: 

General

Time: 

5-15 mins

Cost: 

Free

Yes

Mental health

Keywords: 

The Healthiest Way to Sweat Out a Pandemic

Medium: 

web page/opinion/think piece

Summary: 

This piece puts into perspective the importance of activity given this time. It recommends ways that people can be physically active, given the limitations on gym openings.

Audience: 

General Audience

Population: 

General

Time: 

<5 mins

Cost: 

Free

Yes

exercise, physical activity, quarantine

Keywords: 

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