Covid-19 Resources

Covid-19 Resources

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Over the past year we have faced so many new and unsuspecting challenges due to covid-19 from social distancing to mask mandates to online learning for all ages. We have experienced a multitude of feelings from anger to shock to joy to fear and sometimes all these feelings at once. As the time has gone on we have become better at rolling with the changes and dealing with these feelings that Covid has thrown at us time and time again. However, just because we have become more adept does not mean that we are always mentally prepared for these changes. With that being said and as we come to the end of our students first month back to full time in-person learning we at SEL4CT wanted to provide our readers and members with a multitude of resources to help everyone deal with the many challenges of Covid-19. These resources include informational guides, support groups, Covid-19 mental health resources, state and federal information, and much more. 

Please see the chart below for Covid-19 resources:


Organization & Resource Type

NAMI: COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

Information Guide

MHA: Mental Health and Covid-19 Information and Resources

Mental Health America (MHA)

Information Guide

Mental Health and Coping during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Information Guide

NIMH: Shareable Resources on Coping with COVID-19

National Institute of Mental Health

Information Guide


Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress (CSTS)

Information Guide

Connecticut COVID-19 Response: Mental Health Resources

Connecticut State

Information Guide

SAMHSA: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Information Guide

Masterlist: All the Mental Health Resources You Might Need During COVID-19


Article & Resource List

The Ultimate List of COVID-19 Resources for Families: Mental Health, Special Needs, Distance Learning and More

Connecticut Children’s Hospital


COVID-19 Support Groups (Some are Online)

Connecticut State

Support Groups

Covid Survivors for Change: Survivor Resources

Covid Survivors for Change

Support Groups & Information Guide

COVID-19 Virtual Support Group

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital

Support Group

Information & Resources to Help Communities #LiveUnited During the Coronavirus Pandemic

211 of Connecticut

Information Guide

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources


Information Guide & Resources

Key Resources About COVID-19 for Older Adults

National Council on Aging, Inc.

Information Guide & Resources

NIA: Government COVID-19 resources for older adults

National Institute on Aging

Article & Resources

COVID-19 Resources for Individuals and Families

USDA Food and Nutrition Service


COVID-19 Resources for Schools, Students, and Families

U.S. Department of Education


COVID-19 Resources for Families and Educators

Connecticut State Department of Education

Information Guide & Resources

Center on the Developing Child: COVID-19 Resources

Harvard University: Center on the Developing Child


Resources for Helping Kids and Parents Cope Amidst COVID-19

American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry


COVID & Kids’ Mental Health

Child Mind Institute

Information Guide

7 Online Support Groups for Parents During COVID-19 Pandemic

Article & Support Groups




Facebook Group: Survivor Corp

Survivor Corp

Support Group

Facebook Group: Women’s COVID Long Haulers Support Group

Support Group

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