Emotional support hotline for those living in NY:
NY State COVID-19 Emotional Support Line 1-844-863-9314
Website in order for kids to ask questions to a mental health provider anonymously:
Website for many articles about Mental Health issues:
Article on mindfulness techniques for different ages:
Students are likely to experience strong, complex emotions. Simply shifting schedules can feel like a huge disruption in a child’s life. We amassed a few great resources to help parents and teachers support students as they acknowledge and move through confusing feelings.
Health and Wellness Resources in Parent University
These challenging times may change the way we’re providing care, but not our commitment to providing it.
We know that COVID-19 has increased stress and anxiety for everybody, and people with pre-existing mental health concerns are particularly vulnerable.
That’s why, beginning at noon on Monday, March 23rd, we will be launching a Virtual Mental Health and Substance Use Urgent Care. Therapy, psychiatry, and peer support services will be available by phone and through telemedicine, 24/7 to adults and children, regardless of insurance or ability to pay. For help, call 888-750-2266, option 2.
Feeling Stressed About Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Managing Anxiety in an Anxiety-Provoking Situation
New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH)
Helping Children Cope With Changes Resulting From COVID-19
Care for Caregivers: Tips for Families and Educators
Helping Children After Tragic Events: Stop Watching, Start Talking
Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
NYS Office of Mental Health: Emotional Support Line
OMH Emotional Support Line: 844-863-9314