Health officials launch coronavirus hotline to answer Richmond residents’ questions – 804-205-3501
Bon Secours Hotline for Questions and Guidance – 1-888-700-9011
From the CDC: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. (TTY 1-800-846-8517)
Virtual private health coaching from Hannah Bass at Project Green Being. Sliding scale rates or pay what you can (recommend $20) for 30 minute health coaching calls addressing your health goals and concerns, immune support, and how to properly fuel your body with food (on a budget) during this time. Includes follow up with a recap & personalized recommendations. https://projectgreenbeing.com
Articles: “COVID-19: How to Manage the Anxiety, Uncertainty, and Stress”
Free Weekly Workouts on November Project RVA IG Fit On – free exercise app
Maiden Motion – 12:30 pm barre classes, streaming live on IG and FB, evening virtual dance classes at 6pm on Zoom (link at IG)
S3E Crossfit – Daily at-home workouts with notes posted online
Free Online Yoga Source Classes
Marisa Atula Yoga: Sliding scale payment (incl. free options) for online classes Free Online YMCA classes (adults and kids)
Free Les Mills On Demand
Idle Hands Bread – twice/week free loaf of bread of people whose hours have been cut (check IG account for schedule)
Soul Taco Shockoe will be selling fresh produce at “reasonable” prices for people to avoid the supermarkets. Plus family meals and taco kits.
Balance RVA is open (as of 3/19) and has prepared over 500 free “snack kits” for children in need of food, anyone struggling with sudden loss of income, health care workers, delivery employees… anyone in need of respite. Bags can be picked up via “no contact” delivery in our parking lot at 10431 Patterson Avenue.
From Reddit: VCU and Code Beats offering free online code camp for middle schoolers 3/30 – 4/3.
Google Arts & Culture – Free tours of national parks
GRTC suspends fare collection