HTC Meetings are on the second Monday each month at 9 am at Kathy Kramer's home at 309 E Henkle. 

Light refreshments are provided.  Please join us to learn more about what we are doing in Tekoa.
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COVID-19 Resources

  • Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): Resources and,


Tips when Staying at Home

Children need routine - Try to keep a regular bedtime and wake time. Set aside time for reading, chores, being outside.

Keep up to date - Check the Tekoa School District website and Facebook page daily. Use the links at top of page for state and national information on COVID-19.

Take time together - Enjoy our spring weather outside. Be sure to keep social distance if leaving when you are outside. Play a game, read a book together, create a fort, cook a new recipe.

Keep Busy (Ms. Harp's Self-Care Ideas) 
  • Gardening and/or yard work
  • Journaling
  • Drawing and/or coloring
  • Take a walk or bike ride
  • Play with your dog or cat or other pet
  • Meditation (check out YouTube for breathing exercises)
  • Exercise
  • Cooking
  • Art Project, Scrapbooking, Card making 
  • DIY Project
  • Email or write letter to friends and family
  • Read books/e-books (free from library)

And Rest - Relax your body often by doing things that work for you-take deep breaths, stretch, meditate or pray, or engage in activities you enjoy. Pace yourself between stressful activities, and do something fun after a hard task. Talk about your experiences and feelings to loved ones and friends, if you find it helpful.
If you or your loved ones experience symptoms of extreme stress - such as trouble sleeping, problems with eating too much or too little, inability to carry out routine daily activities, or using drugs or alcohol to cope - speak to a health care provider or call one of the hotlines below:

  • National Help Line 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)