COVID-19 has significantly altered people’s daily interactions, routines and livelihoods—which may be stressful for many to cope with. The CDC notes that fear and anxiety about a disease outbreak can be overwhelming; however, learning about strategies for managing these feelings can equip individuals to weather current challenges and continue to help them in the future.
Below is a list of COVID-19-specific webpages issued by reputable mental and behavioral health organizations which can provide guidance to individuals and coalitions in promoting mental health and holistic wellness in their communities during the pandemic.
The following resources are not generated or maintained by CADCA and are offered only as reference.
- American Academy of Addiction Psychiatrists COVID-19 National and State Resources
- American Psychiatric Association Coronavirus and Mental Health Webpage
- American Psychological Association COVID-19 Resources
- Centers for the Study of Traumatic Stress COVID-19 Response Resources
- National Council for Behavioral Health Resources and Tools for Addressing COVID-19
- National Institute of Mental Health Supporting Mental Health During COVID-19 Webpage
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) COVID-19 Newsroom
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