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Choices Program

Self-care during COVID-19:

  • Try to follow your regular schedule
  • Take breaks from news coverage/social media
  • Find ways to connect with others: phone calls, FaceTime, texting, etc
  • Find some way to get your body moving, walking, biking, at home exercises, etc
  • Maintain regular personal hygiene
  • Create a work space that allows you to be productive & keep it tidy!
  • Listen to calming music
  • Seek support either from Ms. Ortiz, other support on campus, or your own personal therapist
  • Remember we are all in this together!

Below is a link to a helpful self-care tool developed by a Choices Counselor:

Social Distancing: A Survival Guide

Choices Mission

The Council on Recovery Choices Program and EHS in partnership aim to reduce high-risk behavior through a comprehensive education and counseling program involving all members of the school community: students, parents, faculty, and staff.

We work together for in‐depth understanding of the particular needs and issues of the school’s community. We focus on reducing risk by education and skills-based strategies to increase the use of executive function skills.



The on-site, full-time Choices Counselor is integrated into our community to provide seamless education, counseling and support. The Choices Counselor serves as a consultant and advisor for staff and faculty to better understand, identify, and develop strategies for working with those demonstrating high-risk behaviors. Our goal is to reduce stigma for counseling and support and increase empathy within our community.


Confidentiality: All comments, questions, or concerns remain confidential.