This is a time for Ashtabula County leaders to unite together as we face a global pandemic. It's a time for the community to unite together to become stronger as a whole. This is the site for updates on the community, resources, and links to pass the time. If you have an event or update to add to this page, please let us know at email@example.com.
IN THE COMMUNITY
Food Pantry List
Ashtabula County is blessed with many volunteers and resources to aid in this Crisis. Food Pantries are a big way to help others during this time. If you know of residents in need or have resources you can donate, contacting 211 or Country Neighbor is the best first step! Check out below a great list of our Food Pantries and contact info.
Ashtabula County has developed a Coronavirus webpage with notices, links to resources and county operation updates.
Red Cross Blood Drive
Severe Blood Shortage,
Donors Urgently Needed
Right now, eligible and healthy donors are strongly urged to make an appointment to provide lifesaving blood products to patients. Please give now.
Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
As the nation's health protection agency, CDC saves lives and protects people from health, safety, and security threats.
With the current public health landscape constantly evolving, it can be overwhelming to locate all the information that we want and need to know. Because of this, Community Counseling Center is striving to create a single resource that contains just that. Inside you will find a Table of Contents with an array of topics that range from virtual support groups to activities for parents and children to do together, to the facts about COVID-19.
Importance of the Data
The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation, inform hundreds of billions in federal funding every year, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade.
Impact in Your Community
School lunches. Plans for highways. Support for firefighters and families in need. Census results affect your community every day.
SHAPE YOUR FUTURE
“Our mission is to provide service and to partner with our citizens, businesses, and neighbors to enhance the quality of life for all who live in and visit Ashtabula.”
Chamber of Commerce
We are committed to providing our members with updated resources and information during this time of crisis. The links below are continually updating and we will post more links and useful documents as they become available. Although the Chamber offices remain closed, we are still here to support you. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a message at 440-998-6998.
TIME WELL SPENT
SURFING THE WEB
Option B is a website that helps people build resilience and find meaning in the face of adversity
Fundraising in the Time of Coronavirus:
How to Manage and Modify Your Fundraising
Over the past few weeks, we’ve all been feeling the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our daily lives. Many of us are navigating loneliness or new routines while self-isolating at home. Others are coping with personal fears while also providing front-line services to our communities. And some of us are having a hard time coping with feelings unrelated to the pandemic. For everyone, this is an anxious and uncertain time with the future unknown, especially as information continues to change day to day.
No matter what you’re experiencing right now, know that your feelings are valid, and it's okay to take time to process them. We hope that all of you will be able to create moments in your day for deep breaths, time outside, spreading joy, and acts of self-care.
We welcome you to join one of our free online Facebook support groups, which is a safe space for you to share your thoughts and have a community of people who understand what you’re going through.
Small Ways to Practice Self-Care
If you've recently been experiencing anxiety, you are not alone. This graphic provides you with helpful suggestions on practicing self-care. Everyone deserves to take time for themselves.
Anxiety-Reducing Habits for Your New Normal
Try adding these micro-steps to your daily routine when you feel anxious:
1. When experiencing sudden stress, pause and focus on your breath.
2. Set cut-off times for news consumption throughout the day.
3. When washing your hands, use those 20 seconds to think of three things you are grateful for.
4. Schedule time to go outside or to be near open doors and windows for fresh air.