COVID-19 Wellness Resources

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If you have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19, please consult the FAQ for information on best practices. The Main call center is also available to help answer further questions. The call center can be reached at: (802) 863-7240 or

COVID-19 Travel Precautions


Unfortunately, the COVID-19 epidemic is worsening, and small household gatherings are an important contributor to the rise in COVID-19 cases. CDC offers the following considerations to slow the spread of COVID-19 during small gatherings. These considerations are meant to supplement—not replace—any state, local, territorial, or tribal health and safety laws, rules, and regulations with which all gatherings must comply. Celebrating virtually or with members of your own household (who are consistently taking measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19) poses the lowest risk for spread. For more information please visit the CDC Website

Travel increases the chance of getting and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others.
If you must travel, be informed of the risks involved.

Check out the Livongo Health Resoures for January

Stress Management Resources

Coping with Stress - WHO
COVID-19 PTSD Stress Management
SOV LINC Online Workshops
Tips to Ease Tension
5 Simple Tips for Stress Relief
Mental Health Infographic

Practice breathing and relaxation techniques at home:

BCBSVT January Resources: 

Quarter 1 Newsletter

January Health Kit

Self Care

Take care of yourself

  • Unplug. Don't let the technologies that help you do your work get in the way of your leisure time. Consider turning off cell phones or beepers when you are with family or friends. And avoid checking work email after hours.
  • Be realistic. Remember that everyone has good days and bad days at work. For more information, see the topic Stop Negative Thoughts: Choosing a Healthier Way of Thinking.
  • Reward yourself. When you finish a difficult task, celebrate. Take a short walk or call a friend!
  • Schedule time for fun. Being quarantined is an adjustment for all of us! Be sure to schedule “you time” every day…Take the lunch time virtual yoga, go for a walk, read a book

Stay Active

Exercise can improve your mood and energy. It can also prevent fatigue and boost confidence! With gyms and studios closing, many places are offering free, virtual classes! Search for you favorite class type or check out the following!

Design your own workout - AHA

Free Online Yoga Classes:

Family Tips

While the coronavirus is still spreading, it's best to take a "better safe than sorry" approach. This means:

Maintain a Healthy, Well-Balanced Diet

High Protein Snacks

10 Secrets to Cooking Healthier

Health Care Share program at Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. We provide a free produce CSA through health center and hospital networks to patients/households experiencing food insecurity and/or diet related illness. Our members are referred through primary care providers but it is not a formal ‘prescription’ program.

Wellness Coaching

What is it?

  • A partnership that SUPPORTS and GUIDES you in defining, creating and achieving your best self.
  • Focuses on your strengths and positivity.
  • Areas of focus may include: Nutrition, Fitness, Stress Management, Weight Management and Work/Life Balance

What should I expect?

Initial Coaching Session: (30-45 minutes in length)

During these sessions, you will get to know your coach and define your long-term vision of health and wellness. You will decide on a plan and set achievable goals to focus on between sessions.

Follow Up Coaching sessions: (15-30 minutes)

During these sessions, you will check in with your coach to review your goals and progress, identify and celebrate your successes and brainstorm how to overcome obstacles. Sessions will conclude with defining short-term goals to help you move towards success.

How do I get started?