• A person’s wellness includes both physical and mental health. The information below provides resources regarding the pandemic, staying healthy, and treatment centers for both physical and mental ailments.

Healthy Living

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    Parks & Playgrounds

    State parks will be closed during the Stay at Home order. Families will still be able to go outside, including to local parks and outdoor spaces that remain open, and take a walk, run, or bike ride but should continue to practice social distancing by remaining 6 feet away from other people.  Playgrounds are closed because they pose a high risk of increasing transmission.

    Fox Valley YMCA

    The YMCA facilities, including programs and team sports, are canceled until the projected reopen date on April 8. Please visit the YMCA website or Like the Y on Facebook for additional updates and resources.

    Yorkville Parks & Recreation

    The Yorkville Parks and Recreation department has canceled all recreation programming through March 30. Canceled programs include preschool, spring break camps, piano lessons, "Ready Set Go" and "All Star Sports" to avoid the further spread of the coronavirus.

    Questions or concerns can be directed to the recreation department via email.

Treatment Centers

  • The Illinois Department of Human Services has launched a support line called Call4Calm that is reachable via text. Individuals who want to speak with a mental health professional can text the word “TALK” or “HABLAR” (for Spanish speakers) to 552-020. Within 24 hours, that individual will receive a call from a mental health professional employed by a local community health center.

    People can also text other terms, like “unemployment” or “food” or “shelter” to the same number to receive information on how to navigate and access supports and services. Call4Calm is free, and individuals who use it can remain anonymous.