Quarantine and Isolation Resources
So you are in quarantine…now what? Quarantine life is not easy, and we know that! It can be difficult to find ways to fill the days and nights of quarantine all while maintaining your physical, mental, and emotional health. This page includes many self-help resources, links to virtual support, and coping skills and activities. Traditional resources on campus will continue to be available to you (virtually)!
If you have questions regarding your physical health or restrictions and limits to quarantine or isolation, please reach out to the Health and Wellness Center at 704-337-2220. Virtual counseling services with the counselors at Queens’ Health and Wellness Center continue to be available to you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to discuss any clinical mental health concerns.
We appreciate your commitment to doing your part to keep others safe and healthy while you recover in quarantine!
What can I bring with me to quarantine?
From the office of Residence Life and Housing:
- A personal thermometer
- A set of XL twin sheets to take to quarantine housing as well as a personal pillow and blanket
- Enough clothing for two weeks
- Prescription medication
- Personal hygiene supplies, do not forget hand soap!
- Towels and washcloths
- Important documents such as passport or medical documents
- Cell phone/charger, laptop/charger, textbooks, and anything you need for coursework
Self-Help Resources and Virtual Support Networks
- COVID-19 Resource Guide
- Living with Worry Guide
- Virus Anxiety Resources
- COVID Grief Network: Free support groups for grief related to COVID-19 illness/death, for ages 20-30s
- Quarantine Chat: Sign up for free, random calls with other people across the country who are also dealing with isolation and quarantine
- Refreshr: Website for college students to send personal videos of encouragement to other students across the country
- Warmlines: Warmlines were created to give people support when they just need to talk to someone. Speaking to someone on these calls are typically free, confidential, and run by people who understand what it is like to struggle with mental health problems.
- Meditation/mindfulness apps: Headspace, Calm, MyLife Meditation, Insight Timer
- Other mental health apps: WoeBot, Sanvello, Happify, PTSD Coach Critical reviews of mental health apps: click here