Preserve your health
This period of uncertainty is sometimes difficult to deal with. Our advice for finding information and resources when needed.
Help and support 24/24
Do you need an ambulance or first aid? Dial 144, stay calm and answer the questions you will be asked.
Activity programmes to talk and help people talk about suicide, to inform, raise awareness and increase opportunities for prevention. This is not a hotline.
Counselling and guidance for any person or family affected by psychological violence, ill-treatment, deficiencies, physical aggression, sexual assault at any age, traumatic bereavement, accidents, etc.
Prevention of violence, whether domestic, gender-related, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Health information and advice
Information, help and information-sharing website for 11-20 year olds, with discussion forums, tests, quizzes and games.
Adults and seniors
Key aspects of COVID-19 in Geneva available on the State of Geneva website (tests, epidemiological situation, rules of hygiene and conduct, fact-checking, etc.).
Covid-Out is a free website of the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) providing practical and personalised resource material to help you keep a balanced life in this exceptional situation.
CoGa.app is an access pass to be presented in establishments, places and events where respecting interpersonal distances can be difficult. The application records information while respecting all the rules of confidentiality and protection of personal data.
SwissCovid is the official contact tracing application in Switzerland and is operated by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH). It complements the classical contact tracing application used by the cantons in the case of new infections, and thus helps to interrupt the chains of transmission.
Articles et vidéos
Covimad coordinates your individualised care itinerary such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietetics, etc.
Regular physical activity, carried out according to one's abilities, is essential to maintain a healthy body and mind. Even at home, it is possible to be physically active and do some good for oneself.
Family and kids
Young people and adults
Food and cooking
Cooking balanced meals is one of the keys to staying healthy and maintaining an appropriate weight. It is not complicated and often cheaper than processed meals.
Taking care of your plate equals taking care of yourself. It also means improving your mental well-being.