Worried about COVID-19?

Here are some resources to explore!


Tips for Making a Mental Health Contingency Plan:

  1. THERAPY SESSIONS: People in higher risk categories (such as older adults, people with serious medical conditions, etc.) might consider contacting their healthcare provider about the possibility of engaging in therapy via tele-therapy or online mental health services.
  2. PRESCRIBED MEDICATIONS: Consider asking healthcare providers about getting 90-day supplies vs. a 60-day or 30-day supply.  If this is not possible, consider refilling medications as soon as they are allowed.
  3. ADVOCATE FOR YOURSELF: If healthcare providers decline to make accommodations, challenge the decisions at least three times. Decision-making on health plan adjustments may change if/as the public health situation worsens.
  4. CRISIS PLAN: Have the contact information for Mobile Crisis, NAMI Helpline, Warmline and Crisis Text line available.
  5. SELF-CARE: Provide self-care, especially if in the higher risk population as defined by the CDC.  Pay attention to emerging symptoms.  Reach out to family and friends.


Links to Helpful Articles:


Disaster Distress Helpline – SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

The state of Ohio has launched a website to with behavioral health resources for responding to the coronavirus situation, please click here to view.

6 hours of soothing music can be found here

Multilingual resources: https://cuyahogacounty.us/more-links/popular-links/coronavirus-multilingual-resources

COVID-19 Mental Health Resources for Teens & College Students


General Mental Health Resources for Teens & College Students


 Resources For Families With Children At Home Due To COVID-19


 Multicultural Mental Health Resources