Resources for Healing, Self-Care, and Accountability

Saint Paul Public Library is committed to creating a community where all feel safe and seen. We are here with our community to make that statement true, offering space and resources to process, connect, heal, and learn. As grief and exhaustion continue to ripple through our community, know the following community resources are here for you. 

Connect to them at:

Ruby Rivera, library social worker, is available to talk.  

Healing circles are being held in various Saint Paul locations throughout April. 

Breathing exercises and conversations on healing are available through our Read Brave collaboration with the Irreducible Grace Foundation, a nonprofit creating safe spaces for healing with youth of color.  

Resources on healing and accountability gathered by staff. 

Ms. Tiana and Ursa talk about the trial of Derek Chauvin and how Storytime Friends at home can respond to stress, or anger, or worry they may feel during this time.

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