COVID-19 Resources We’ve Shared

COVID-19 Resources We’ve Shared

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We have shared a number of COVID-related resources with you over the past few months, which we have consolidated into one list.  We hope that this list is helpful in navigating the challenges caused by the pandemic.

Covid-19 resources for parents and families – National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health

How The COVID-19 Crisis May Impact Children With Severe Mental Health
Conditions & What To Do –
One in Five Minds

Sleep tips for helping kids during Covid-19 – Families as Allies

In May we spoke with Dr. Allen Richert, a physician and sleep specialist at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. He offered sleep tips for helping kids get better sleep habits, especially during the COVID-19 crisis in this video.

COVID-19 Resources for Parents and Caregivers – Lifespan

Helpful remote-learning tips for parents in the era of COVID-19- Jackson State University

How to talk to your young children about COVID-19- Head Start/Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center

Teenagers and Reopening – Child Mind Institute

Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty – American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

COVID-19 Mental Health Resource Hub- Psych Hub

Covid-19 DIY face maskCenters for Disease Control

Two free books help parents and kids cope with COVID-19 – Families as Allies

The racial impacts of COVID-19 – EmbraceRace

Updates and Information in Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Mississippi Department of Education

Considerations for Reopening Mississippi’s Schools – Mississippi Department of Education

You can read our blog post about this resource here.

Resource: Covid-19 School Re-entry Planning – American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AAP)

Get the facts about coronavirus – Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Coronavirus updates page – Mississippi Division of Medicaid

COVID-19 web page – Mississippi Department of Health

Resources for Helping Kids and Parents Cope Amidst COVID-19 American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

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