We are so happy to open our doors to the public as of June 22, and are grateful to our clients for their patience in navigating technology to keep connected the past few months! Some things might be a little different when you return.
- If you or a family member have any symptoms of illness, please call us to reschedule your appointment. All guests will be given a brief health screening upon entry.
- Masks/face coverings will be required upon entry to the building. Please wear one if you have one; otherwise we can provide one for you.
- All guests entering the building must either wash their hands or use available hand sanitizer, which will be available upon entry to the building.
- We will be maintaining physical distancing to the best of our ability.
- In order to have as few people in the lobby at one time as possible, we ask that you come as close to your appointment time as you are able, or remain in your car until it is time for your appointment.
- Clients should come alone; if the client is a child, only one caregiver should come with the child — make arrangements for other children or guests to remain at home.
Times are uncertain, but we are certain of the hope these resources may bring you and your family. *We will also be sharing resources on our Facebook page. Feel free to share this list!
- United Way of Southwestern Indiana: Community Organizations Here to Help
- Indiana Foreclosure Prevention Network (mortgage assistance for Indiana homeowners)
- Build a Teen Stress Management Plan from Center for Parent & Teen Communication
- Taking Protective Steps During the Coronavirus Pandemic from Darkness to Light
- A Counselor’s Tips for Managing COVID-19 Anxiety
- Greater Good’s Guide to Well-Being During Coronavirus
- Resources for Parents from Child Mind Institute: Supporting Families During COVID-19
- Coronavirus Resources for Early Childhood Professionals
- 7 Science-Based Strategies to Cope with Coronavirus Anxiety
- Helping Hoosiers Maintain Their Well-Being
- Food Assistance Availability Map for Indiana
- Five Ways to Make Your Family Home Feel Safe in Times of Crisis from the Center for Parent & Teen Communication
- The CDC is offering tips on how to manage stress and anxiety during COVID-19.
- Speaking Up Against Racism Around the New Coronavirus
- Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource
- The New York Times wrote about 10 ways to ease your coronavirus anxiety.
- Here are a few guided meditation apps to help you feel calm:
- Care for Your Coronavirus Anxiety
- The National Suicide Prevention Line created a resource for supporting your emotional well-being during the COVID-19 outbreak.
- If home is not a safe place for you, the National Domestic Violence Hotline has great resources on their website and on their Facebook page.
- Three Good Things is a free app that encourages its users to record three positive experiences from each day.
About Lampion Center
Lampion Center is a social service agency that leads with passion, knowledge and clinical expertise, bringing help and hope to children and families. Always leaning in with an ear to new possibilities, we engage in collaboration to move our community forward.
Our clinical team provides exceptional therapy, family services, training, and outreach, prompting others in the community to continually seek out our help and expertise. As we push forward together, we help families in our community reach their full potential.
We invest deeply in our team to assure we are ever-vigilant in emerging research and improving our skills so that we can work in an intentional and focused way to advocate for positive change. As we work to raise the level of excellence both within our own agency and with other providers and leaders in our community, we find an increased synergy that provides the potential for every child and adult to thrive.