Resources During COVID-19
The resources below should assist you in remaining operational during COVID-19. If you have any questions or would like a resource added to the list, please reach out to Trey Robb, Director of Member Services, at email@example.com.
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The coronavirus pandemic can prompt many forms of mental distress, including stress, fear, and anxiety. Many groups have developed helpful mental health resources specifically for students, parents, and alumni navigating the experiences and feelings many of us are having in this unique time.
Active Minds, creator of the Validate, Appreciate, Refer mental health support tool, has launched a special online hub for college students to support their mental health during COVID-19. They also have opened their Student Slack Network to all students (usually it is only open to Active Minds members).
Online Counseling Programs Resource
Calm has compiled a collection of meditations and mindfulness tools.
Headspace has released a special series of meditations called “Weathering the Storm.”
JED Foundation curated a list of resources and tips.
Easy Mental Health America Info Graphic is an easy way to share information with members.
CDC Guidance on managing anxiety and stress caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Message for Parents of College Students blog post from Dr. Laura Zapanta, professor at the University of Pittsburgh.
Many campus counseling centers offer teletherapy as an online counseling option. Consult your campus counseling center website to see if this is currently an option at your host institution.
Please consider the above information guidelines and recommendations. Note, however, these are not directives. Each organization is a separate legal entity, independently operated, and ultimately responsible for making the decisions which it believes are in its best interest.