Community CPR Remains Boots on the Ground During COVID-19

Help Stop COVID-19

DO THE FIVE...


Help stop coronavirus:

1 HANDS - Wash them often
2 ELBOW - Cough into it
3 FACE - Don't touch it
4 SPACE - Keep safe distance
5 HOME - Stay if you can

General public health information from:
www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

Click here for NCDHHS - CDC updates for NC:

Curbside Can Drive

 

Special Thanks to WTXY 103.9 FM 1540 AM for helping us promote our Curbside Can Drive!

 

Help Us Feed Our Community - We are accepting Non Perishable Food Items and Cleaning Products

 

Current drop off points are Farmacy on Main & Penn's Grill

 

Thanks to The News Reporter  for also covering our efforts https://nrcolumbus.com/food-drive-locations/

Click below to play the PSA and Recent Interview

To learn more about WTXY 103.9

CCPR's Wallyce Todd featured

The News Reporter recently interviewed local mental health experts to learn about coping and dealing with COVID-19. Community CPR's Executive Director, Wallyce Todd was included:

"Wallyce Todd of Community CPR sees clients worrying about food for their families and other bills. She also sees “cumulative trauma” from previous hurricanes as building up “like layers,” she said. “This pandemic is highlighting disparities that already existed in Columbus County,” because some people can absorb the loss of income for a while but others can’t. 

“People will respond differently to (current) family stressors and job stressors because of the buildup of trauma,” she said. 

Regardless of family or financial circumstances, “I encourage all of us to remember that everyone’s mental health will be impacted and to extend grace and compassion as much as possible for ourselves and others,” said Todd."

To read the Full News Reporter Article

Local Prayer and God's Promises

 

During COVID-19, pastors all over Columbus County have shared words of hope and encouragement on Facebook. Community CPR's Wallyce Todd shared last Friday night about God's promises never changing  - even when the world is... with storms, pandemics, and more.

Facebook video

Here is a link to the "insert your name" affirmations outlined in the video and the respective verses:

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Psalm 105:1
Luke 12:7
1 Peter 4:11
Proverbs 3:5-6
2 Corinthians 4:16-17
Jeremiah 29:11
Philippians 4:6
Micah 6:8
Psalm 20:1
1 Peter 5:7
 

For More Info on Prayer Unitive for Columbus County:

Real & UnRehearsed - Brain Science

 

Here at Community CPR our mission is to connect people and resources of all kinds... tangible, physical, informational and relational:

 

Trauma-Certified Therapist Franchon Francees, Founder of Healing Your Almond and Founder/Executive Director of Community CPR Wallyce Todd talk about brain science and why it matters to all of us -- especially in seasons of life where stress, anxiety and trauma have strong impact... like during the times of COVID-19.

Episode 1:

https://youtu.be/QXKiPxdXV9I

 

Episode 2:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=071ibxbs2Rg

For More Info on Healing Your Almond:

Two Kinds of Storms

Laura Bratton of Working Narratives spoke to Community CPR Executive Director Wallyce Todd as well as Audrey Hart from New Hanover County Disaster Coalition and more... in the podcast, "Storm Stories" ...

"Two Kinds of Storms: Coronavirus & Hurricanes"

Listen Below:

https://stormstories.buzzsprout.com/442498/3144391-two-kinds-of-storms-coronavirus-hurricanes?fbclid=IwAR3A9GWjN1OLF6lXo5nCyPTh8bfa8LBGjk0vus9ZTxLoPueVXgRjekri0mI

For more COVID-19 stories, visit Shoresides News:

Produce Partners

With help from CCPR friends in Bolton, Whiteville and in Fair Bluff, more than 100 homes total received fresh produce delivered to their residences during the first two weeks of social distancing due to COViD-19. We give a Huge shout out of thanks to Honeycutt Produce for the donation and loading onto the CCPR truck... as well as specifically to Gerry Lenahan (and Evander Holland) for picking up the produce... and to Beverly Justice, CCPR Board Member Jennifer Bowling and others for helping separate it into bags so that it could be safely delivered to the homes of senior citizens and families with children.

 

#neighborshelpingneighbors

#healthyfoodstrengthensimmunesystems

Check out Honeycutt Produce:

Food For Folks

Community CPR loves Penn"s Grill, one of its community business partners. Helen Holden and the Grill Team on Commerce Street have blessed folks with food who otherwise wouldn't have been able to easily have a fresh cooked hot meal.


With help from CCPR friends and team members... Curtis Hill (Columbus County Forum), Beverly Justice (UNC-P), Gerry Lenahan (Warrior Family Ministries) and Wallyce Todd (CCPR) have delivered hot meals to senior citizens and some of our neighbors with disabilities.


Teamwork makes the dream work!

#strongertogether 

www.pennsgrill.com

Support Penn's Grill:

House Fires & Hardship

....Story coming

How can you help - Contact CCPR

A Message From Jeremy

Charlotte native, Jeremy Simmons, is on the Community CPR Board of Directors. He is the chaplain at Columbus Regional Healthcare System (Columbus County's hospital).

 

“A hero can be anyone. Even a man doing something as simple and reassuring as putting a coat around a little boy’s shoulder to let him know that the world hadn’t ended.”                                                                                             -Batman

Many of you may not know, but I have three children that mean the world to me. A few weeks ago my wife suggested that I take off my work clothes before entering the house and immediately throw them into the washing machine when news broke about how this virus was spreading. Initially I thought that it was a bit much, but like many of you, I am willing to do whatever is necessary to protect those that I love. One day my four year old daughter saw me pulling my work clothes out of the dryer and putting them on as I was preparing to leave for work. She said, “Dad, what are you doing?” I responded to her by saying, “I’m putting on my suit so that I can go to work.” She responded to me saying, “Oh yeah, your superhero suit like Batman, that’s right.” I didn’t realize that my daughter had equated the black suit that I’ve been wearing to work to the black suit that Batman wears to fight crime. In her eyes, I am a superhero. This made me think about many of you and how you are willing to put on your “superhero suits” every day to help others and how inspirational that is to the people that we love and the people that we serve. We all are superheroes that are dedicated to do whatever we can to help others. Remember, not all superheroes wear capes. Some wear scrubs, a few dress business casual and many of them wear hospital badges. Not all superheroes fight crime, some help care for patients directly, some help care for patients behind the scenes. As we continue to embark in unknown territory, let us remember who we are. We are superheroes that are built for this journey! 

 

Blessings, 

Jeremy

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