March 8, 2021

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ASSMCA announces initiative to provide guidance on emotional health

The administrator of the Administration of Mental Health and Addiction Services (ASSMCA), Suzanne Roig Fuertes, (Photo: Supplied)

BAYAMON – With the purpose of providing guidance on different topics related to emotional health focused on COVID-19, the administrator of the Administration of Mental Health and Addiction Services (ASSMCA), Suzanne Roig Fuertes, announced the launch of the Timbiriche initiative Virtual.

The transmissions will be made through ASSMCA’s social networks @ASSMCAonline on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram starting tomorrow, Wednesday, October 7 and for several subsequent Wednesdays.

The topics to be discussed will be directed every Wednesday to a specific population such as the elderly, adults, adolescents and children.

“In keeping with the priorities of Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced, with this new project we intend to continue providing guidance on the importance of emotional health. Our Virtual Timbiriche is the opportunity in which we have brought together all our generations in order to acquire new knowledge and life strategies to face the new reality of COVID-19 with integrity and determination, ”said the administrator.

The topics to be discussed are:

October 7, 2020- Seniors

– “I decide to feel good”

– “Physical activity in times of pandemic”

– “Strengthening our brain with music during quarantine”

October 14, 2020- Adults

– “From caregiver to teacher, practical strategies for this new challenge”

– “Tools for Managing Emotions in Times of Crisis”

– “Give yourself life and well-being”

October 21, 2020- Teens

– “Building positive thinking”

– “Exercising in Quarantine”

– “Importance of balance in life”

October 28, 2020- Children

– “Yoga for children in pandemic”

– “Caring for and Pampering Firulais in Quarantine”

– “Handling Don Courage with Magic and Fun”

Finally, the ASSMCA administrator reminded citizens that the Agency has the PAS Line 1-800-981-0023, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, free of charge. Also, a new mobile application from Google Play and Apple Store in which you can access in an immediate, safe and easy way to chat live with professionals of the PAS Line and expose their particular situations to receive emotional help.

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