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  • IA Women's Committee help links
    Updated On: Apr 03, 2020

    Resources and Free Training March 2020

    Unemployment Compensation Links

    Website: connect.myflorida.com

    State Assistance Hotline: 1-800-204-2418


    Safety, Health and Financial Info:

               IATSE Cares www.iatsecares.org   email: iacares@iatse.net

                IATSE Coronavirus Portal  www.iatse.net

                Domestic Violence: Hotline 800-799-7233; Chat: National Domestic Violence Network

                211.org or call 211


                First Coast Domestic Violence Hotlines:

                            Hubbard House (Duval & Baker Counties):  (904) 354-3115

                            Betty Griffin House (St. Johns County):  (904) 824-1555

                            Quigley House (Clay County):  (904) 284-0061

                            Micah’s Place (Nassau County):  (904) 225-9979

                            Women’s Center of Jacksonville:  (904) 721-7273

                Florida Domestic Violence Hotline:  (800) 500-1119

    Tools for anxiety/Focus/Dealing with Crisis



                 Yoga With Adriene - YouTube

    Online Courses for Career Development and Training:





                https://www.iatsetrainingtrust.org/lil  (takes you to LinkedIn Learning, formerly           Lynda.com)


    Mask Project

    There are a number of sources available providing patterns for creating masks as well as suggestions for distribution. Each local is subject to local and state restrictions. Help Locals research what’s possible in each area. Video example: https://wgno.com/news/health/coronavirus/local-seamstress-shows-how-to-make-your-own-surgical-ma:

    The focus has been on masks for hospitals handling adult patients, but Wolfson Children’s Hospital needs masks too!

    Other General Suggestions

    Be prepared for a minimum two weeks of isolation—unfortunately, most likely longer at this point. Avoid hoarding – we are all in this together. Don’t forget to include pet supplies! Have prescriptions filled and spare glasses ready—just like you would if you were preparing for a hurricane.

    Check-in with your union sisters and brothers to see who needs help of any kind—especially someone to talk to.


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