The coronavirus crisis has caused the unemployment rate in the U.S. to reach Depression-era levels. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, at the beginning of May, it stood at 14.7 percent. Some analysts predict this figure may balloon up to 20 percent over the coming months, especially as the country grapples with the impact of stay-at-home measures put in place to flatten the pandemic curve.
Since late March, the total number of jobless claims has reached more than 40 million Americans. Initially, the service industry, including travel and restaurant businesses, was the hardest hit. Now, even major startups like Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb have had to let go of staff.
If you’re one of the millions who’ve been laid off, use these resources and money-saving tips to help you through this time
Provides adolescent counseling model understands the unique needs and challenges for our teens and young adults. With that in mind we utilize the latest research and approaches to meet the needs of our teenage clients.
Our young adults are at an exciting time of their lives. On one end, they are at the peek of their learning ability. On the other side, they are dealing with a number of social, academic, and personal issues that can cause negative feelings and self-doubt. Adolescent counseling services address these concerns while building up their strengths!
Please visit our blog page to read about some of the topics that challenge our adolescents on a daily basis.
Contact MBS Performance Counseling for a free 15-minute consultation to start on the path to self-discovery and personal growth!
Owner and Counselor
Ryan has a soccer background including coaching at the Div. I and Div III level, and currently coaches for Bethesda Soccer Club.
During this uncertain time for college soccer recruiting, US Youth Soccer and NCSA Next College Student Athlete are teaming up to keep you and your family updated on the latest recruiting information.
On Monday, April 13, US Youth Soccer is co-sponsoring an online recruiting class with NCSA where we’ll address what the coronavirus means for your college recruiting process and how soccer recruits can stay on track.
Soccer: How to Navigate Your Recruiting Through the COVID-19 Pandemic
Date: Monday, April 13
Time: 7 p.m. CT
We know parents are struggling to balance work, child care and self-care while keeping worries — both your children’s and your own — under control. You don’t have to do it alone.
Clinical and supportive resources include:
During the current public health crisis, staying connected to your community is
harder than ever, and the internet is often the only option. Check out resources from
these organizations that can help you connect:
This is a program where you are trained for free on line and then can volunteer to man a text line to help people that are struggling. Many are asking what can I do? I have so much time in my hands... Anyway thought it was worth sending as for some might be exactly the way they can help. https://www.crisistextline.org/become-a-volunteer/
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