Coronavirus Resources

Staying Connected in Times of Isolation

Living Room Conversations offers these resources to help you stay connected during a time when physical isolation is necessary for individual and community health. 

Do you have a friend, neighbor or relative who might appreciate an invitation to connect? Here are guides to help you have great conversations. Gather with folks by video, social media or on the phone. Use all the questions on the guide or just pick one question to get your conversation started.
We hope the Conversations will help you connect with others and cope with the sense of loss many of us are feeling. Most of all, we hope to join with you in creating and maintaining relationships that generate understanding and enable collaborative problem-solving for our country and around the world.
Watch how Pastor Pedro Silva is keeping his community connected safely using Living Room Conversations:

Join an Upcoming Video Conversation

Mon 14

Coronavirus – Reflecting and Transitioning

June 14 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm PDT
Tue 15

Introduction to Living Room Conversations

June 15 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm PDT
Wed 16

Mental Health

June 16 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm PDT
Thu 17

Living Room Conversations LIVE: Juneteenth

June 17 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm PDT

Are the conversations filled, but still want to join? Click here to be notified as we add more to our calendar (we we add more all the time.)

Do it yourself! Living Room Conversations guides give you everything you need to have great conversations with your family or friends and their friends. If you have questions about how to do it yourself we have video, written materials and even office hours to answer questions. Co-host with a friend you haven’t seen for awhile and each invite two friends that you are curious to hear from—then have a great conversation. Don’t have your own video service? We can help! We have  Zoom conference lines that we are sharing with Living Room Conversations users. Request one here.

One of the major impacts of this global pandemic is isolation and loneliness.

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Living Room Conversations is uniquely positioned as a leader in keeping people connected through meaningful conversations. We have been doing this work for 10 years, unknowingly preparing for this moment, ready to rise to the occasion.

Our team is pivoting, adapting, and working tirelessly to respond to this global pandemic with supportive resources and video conversations.

We want to continue doing this work, and expand our capacity to respond as coronavirus and its impact on our communities continues to unfold, and we need your help.

Your contribution helps us offer opportunities to connect and combat loneliness at this crucial time in human history.


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Resources from Our Partners

Our Partner, AllSides, offers news coverage about COVID-19 from all sides of the political spectrum. Click the button or on the image below to visit their COVID-19 resource page.