Below you will find resources that are meant to assist you in learning more about the mental health concerns that have been occurring as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. In many cases COVID-19 has highlighted mental health concerns from those becoming newly diagnosed with a mental health disorder, or the imbalance that we may have in our daily lives.
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Center for Disease Control and Prevention Guidelines
The United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and information for the general public.
COVID-19 Exposure Tracking Google & Apple
Google describes what is the process they are using in order to protect information while helping track the exposure of COVID-19 when permissions are granted using Google Technology so that you are notified when you have potentially been exposed to COVID-19.
Headspace Meditation Exercise: Three Free for COVID-19
Headspace has been keeping up three free audio pieces of meditation for free so that you can utilize them to destress, and manage the stress that comes from the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions placed on our communities as we work to mitigate the pandemic.
NIDA Resource: Coping with COVID-19 and Subsance Use Disorder
The National Institute on Drug Abuse has put together a webpage of resources specifically for those individuals who are struggling with substance use disorder during COVID-19.
National Institutes of Health: Coronavirus News and Treatment Guidelines
The National Institutes of Health share news and resources regarding COVID-19 including testing, treatment guidelines, .
Psych Hub COVID-19 Resource Hub
Psych Hub is a website dedicated to providing education on psychology topics and in response to the COVID-19 pandemic they have compiled videos, courses, and more for individual, mental health providers, employers, students, and healthcare professionals.