COVID-19 Resources


As we all continue to navigate this unprecedented situation, we want to provide helpful resources for our students.

Adjusting to spending more time at home or online can be challenging. We will continue to gather resources helpful to our community and share them on this page.

If you have any suggestions, please email them to CommunicationsAndMarketing@sau.edu.

Compiled List of Community Resources Health Services

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Weekly Updates

May 22

Weekly Report

Read our weekly situation reports on COVID-19 as prepared by Master of Public Health professors.

Week Ending May 22 (pdf)


bees meet your needs

Bees, Meet Your Needs

Self-Actualization

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs reminds us how to build a foundation to care for ourselves and reach our goals during this pandemic.

(Begin at the bottom with Physiological needs and work your way up!)

Also check out this view-only Google Doc of Community Resources (compiled by the SAU School of Social Work).


Esteem

Esteem


Set realistic academic goals and stay academically healthy.

Contact the Counseling Center for an academic health check and the Student Success Center to stay on track.


love and belonging

Love and Belonging


Stay connected to friends, faculty, and support staff through technology such as Webex, Zoom, and FaceTime.


safety

Safety


Protect yourself and others by following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines.


Physiological


Be sure to take care of your physical need for plenty of sleep, food, and water.

Need help? Find your local foodbank. There's also a food pantry on campus.


Resources for Students and Faculty

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Technology
Mental Health and Wellness
  • Academic Health Video with Amber Dopler, MSW, LISW
    Amber Dopler is the university's Mental Health Outreach and Prevention Specialist. In this video, Amber shares ways that students can effectively manage stress and stay motivated with their academics. You must be logged into your SAU email to view this video.
  • TAO Connect 
    TAO (Therapy Assistance Online) is the university's provider of online counseling and therapy. TAO is an interactive, web-based program that provides self-guided modules to help overcome stress, anxiety, depression and other common concerns. TAO is also a secure system that can be used for one-on-one appointments with our Counseling Center staff. These services are free of charge to current students, faculty, and staff. 
  • Campus Ministry Food Pantry
    For those in need of food assistance (especially those who are still living on campus), the Campus Ministry Food Pantry is located in the Lower Chapel. In addition to food items, the pantry also has limited toiletries and personal items (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc.). For health/safety reasons, please contact any Campus Ministry staff member first to arrange a time to come and retrieve items. Boxes and bags are also available if needed.  
  • Spiritual Resources from Campus Ministry
    In addition to the weekly bulletin, Campus Ministry has compiled some digital prayer resources. Also, follow Campus Ministry on social media to stay in touch!
  • Burnout Prevention and Treatment
  • 6 Ways to Weave Self-Care into Your Workday
  • What You Need to Know About Stress and Self-Care
Off-Campus Housing

The City of Davenport is offering rental assistance to Davenport residents whose income has been reduced due to the pandemic and who also meet certain income guidelines.

Visit the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance page for more information

So, what's next?

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