Support and Resiliency Hub

Adaptation, compassion, and well-being during the novel coronavirus pandemic

Taking care of yourself and others

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Resources for Parents

Employee parents are experiencing extraordinary stressors. We are committed to helping you seek solutions.

Know Your Options

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Concerns About a Loved One?

If you've noticed behavior changes in an older person in your life, don't let fear keep you from taking action.

Go With Your Gut

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On-Demand Videos

Check out sessions on establishing boundaries, building resiliency, staying fit without equipment, and more.

Watch At Your Own Pace

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"I woke up with a bad headache and feeling down. A few minutes of deep breathing, and I feel so much better. Keep up the good work!"

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Spring 2021 course support for caregiving instructors

The University of Arizona Office of the Provost is committing $1 million
to address the considerable challenges faced by instructors who are caring for others during the pandemic.

Please review the requirements and application instructions
and contact the Office of the Provost with any questions.

If you are facing financial hardship, please make use of the
community financial resources available to you.

You can also improve your financial literacy by consulting with a certified financial planner, watching on-demand videos on a variety of financial topics, and reviewing the tips in "Getting a Handle on Your Financial Health During a Pandemic." In addition, University of Arizona retirement account vendor TIAA has prepared a series of short videos directly addressing financial concerns related to COVID-19.

Employee assistance counseling

We are partnering with the state to offer e-counseling options during this uncertain period. All copays for e-counseling are currently being waived. All dependents covered by your health plan are also eligible. 


Dependent care

Your dependent care situation may be disrupted by the pandemic. Digital consultations are available with Lourdes Rodríguez, MS, for childcare and parenting, and Eileen Lawless, MSW, for adult and elder care.

Did you know?

Sick and backup childcare program is operating normally

Trusting Connections, the University’s backup childcare provider, is providing sick care as usual for families with illnesses unrelated to the pandemic.

Check Out Backup Childcare

Learn more from our experts

Need strategies for keep your calm in turbulent times, or getting your family out of a communications rut? Want to review ideas for compassionate caregiving while physical distancing? Take a look at our articles section for deeper dives into various wellness topics.

Thank you for the work that you do.
Know that your health and well-being are our top concerns now, and always.

Please refer to the University of Arizona central coronavirus webpage and the Division of Human Resources COVID-19 Guidance page
for up-to-date University operational information during the pandemic.