Experts say getting in a routine, even when you have nothing to do, can be very important to maintaining your mental health. Nick Richard and Brenda Martin spoke about this in an interview we did today. Hear that interview in the bit below.
Elaine spoke about steps STHS has taken to safely recycle some masks and cut down on the number of masks they go through every day. Hear how they do it in the interview below.
We got to talk with Dr Hill about COVID 19 and how STHS is responding to it. At the beginning of the interview he explains where we are and how to best manage your exposure to it. Hear him in the interview below.
Greg Johnson is leading a volunteer effort to help at risk and shut-in people get their groceries and food. Hear him talk about it in the interview below.
Nick Richard and Margaret Cruz joined us to talk about our young people and how they will cope with this crisis. Hear the interview in the clip below.
Matt and Julie talked to us about COAST and a support group for caregivers that has been meeting. Find out more about this in the interview below.
Jeff spoke about the steps Habitat has taken to shut down some of their operations and still support their homeowners. Hear him in the interview below.
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Chris Masingill, CEO of STPDD called to update our listeners on where we are with the federal help that is coming. He talked about what business owners should be doing now and he shared that there are some employers on the Northshore who are hiring. Hear his interview below.
COAST is hosting another awards event for local seniors. Hear her explain who can be honored in the interview below.