Volunteer Ministers Center Re-Opens, Provides Practical Tools to Combat Stress
The pandemic has generated stress, but something can be done about it.
"The 'Stay Well' booklets are a wealth of information on how to keep oneself and others well – more than just washing your hands and social distancing,"
The booklets are How to Keep Yourself and Others Well, How to Protect Yourself and Others Using a Mask and Gloves and How to Prevent the Spread of Illness with Isolation. The booklets are provided at no cost and are secular, following CDC guidelines for maintaining one's health. More than 100,000 of these booklets have been distributed to shops, gas stations, convenience stores and restaurants in the Tampa Bay area.
"People are also suffering from stress caused by uncertainty about the future and having to stay distant from others," continued Ms. Goodsell. "For those who are looking for tools to help them with life's challenges, we also offer free courses on-line and at the VM Center."
Course titles include Solutions for a Dangerous Environment, The Cause of Suppression and How to Resolve Conflicts.
The Volunteer Ministers Center is located at 101 N. Fort Harrison in downtown Clearwater. Guests are requested to maintain social distancing while in the Center and the Center closes twice daily at 12:30 and 6:30 so the facility can be sanitized. For more information, please call 727-467-6965.
For more information on the Scientology Volunteer Ministers, visit www.volunteerministers.org. More information about the "Stay Well" booklets and for educational videos on staying well, is available at www.scientology.org/
THE SCIENTOLOGY VOLUNTEER MINISTERS:
The Volunteer Minister (VM) program was launched more than thirty years ago, in response to an appeal by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard (http://www.scientology.org/