Everything is Canceled: Surviving a Teenage Quarantine Life [Part 2]

Staying inside and safe doesn't mean being bored.

By Community Health Improvement Staff

Now that you know more about COVID-19, your role as a teen, and what to do from our first blog, it’s important to focus on managing and developing coping strategies while in quarantine. While it’s uncertain when we’ll be able to go back to school, sports, see friends, and other activities, we can use this time to take care of ourselves in mind and body. Social distancing can be difficult and may feel isolating. Here’s how you can stay connected while staying physically apart. Here are some ideas to get started, and maybe even try something new!

Ideas for Self-Care:

Now’s the time to stay inside and be safe. It’s a historic moment. You got this.

Cambridge Health Alliance

Contributed By: Cambridge Health Alliance

Cambridge Health Alliance is an academic community health care system committed to serving all members of our communities. We have expertise in primary care, mental health and substance abuse, and caring for diverse and complex populations. CHA patients receive high quality care in convenient neighborhood locations, and have seamless access to advanced care through CHA’s affiliation with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. With over 140,000 patients in Cambridge, Somerville Everett and Boston’s Metro North, CHA is working hard to offer the integrated services its communities need now, and in the future.