In households, communities, and cities across the U.S., it feels like we’re not only building a car while driving down the highway, we’re also learning to drive.
Luckily, we’re all having the same experience. We’re in this together! Thank you to those who are working hard to make sure we all make it through these challenging times.
While many people are helping on the frontlines, a lot of us are at home searching for ways to keep ourselves and our families fed, healthy, and safe. To help with that, we have compiled a list of resources to help local clients navigate life in Reno during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reno Grocery Stores Offering Delivery or Online Ordering for Pickup
First up, let’s look at Reno grocery options. Many of the grocery stores have bolstered their delivery and pick-up options, making it both easier and safer to order food and supplies online.
Restaurant Delivery Options in Reno
It’s more important now than ever to support local restaurants. There are plenty of options in the Reno area that offer delivery through third-party delivery services like Door Dash and Grub Hub. You can explore all the options and order directly from the website or app using the links below.
If ordering delivery isn’t your thing, many local Reno restaurants have drive-thru options or have adapted their services to provide curbside pickup. You can find an up-to-date listing of those restaurants in the Reno Gazette-Journal article below.
Current COVID-19 Health Information
Do you have questions about current CDC guidelines, how Nevada is handling the pandemic, how to stay healthy, when and where to go for care, or statewide COVID-19 statistics? You can find those answers and more on the websites below.
Online Educational Resources
If you’re a parent, you may be feeling a little lost as to how to keep your kids entertained and learning while they are home. No matter what age your children are, there are plenty of free, or temporarily free, options available to help you establish a routine and keep their hands busy and their minds engaged and stimulated.
- Connections Academy: Teaching From Home
- Today: Teaching Kids at Home
- Adapted Mind: K–6 Math and Reading
- Khan Academy: Free, World-Class Education
Resources to Help with Stress, Anxiety, & Sleep
Even if you don’t need medical care due to direct exposure to COVID-19, we’re all feeling some level of stress and anxiety. Making time to address your mental health is just as important as staying vigilant in your avoidance of social gatherings and handwashing—especially if you aren’t sleeping well. From meditation and exercise apps to sleep sounds and read-alongs, the article below has a great list of resources that can help you reduce stress, sleep more, and improve your mental health.
We hope some of these resources will help as you try to navigate this new national reality.
We have clients all over the U.S. and want to serve each of you the best we can. If you do not live in the Reno area and are looking for local resources, email firstname.lastname@example.org to reach our Director of Customer Experience.
We are eager to help!
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