This page will continue to be updated as more resources become available.

Please stay tuned for further information!



A Dozen Ideas for Finding Support

Anxiety - What Every Young Person Should Know

Behavioral Health Resources for Coronavirus

Caring for Each Other - Sesame Street's Guide to COVID-19

CDC - Guidance on Talking With Children About Coronavirus

Child Mind Institute - Supporting Families During COVID-19

The Child Mind Institute presents a wide array of tips and tools to help families cope with the effects of COVID-19. Includes Facebook Live video chats with expert clinicians, COVID-19 guidance for parents of children with anxiety and/or autism, advice for remote learning, resources on how to deal with loss, and more. 

🌟🆕🌟 Children Seem to Be Less Vulnerable to the Coronavirus. Here's How the Pandemic May Still Put Them at Risk.

This video interview with Angelia Jolie and California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris provides an insightful look at the ways in which children are being put at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic. They discuss the impacts of trauma on children's mental and physical health, and offer concrete strategies that we can use to protect children from abuse and help them feel safe and supported. 

Feeling Anxious? Talking About it Skillfully with your Kids & Teens

Feeling Needed is so Key - How Teens Can Help Others

How Parents Can Help Youth with Stress

National Child Traumatic Stress Network - Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with The Coronavirus Disease

This downloadable PDF from NCTSN is an excellent starter guide for how to help your family manage the emotional and physical effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Includes virus prevention and preparedness tips, and provides age-specific guidance for how parents and caregivers can help children cope in developmentally appropriate ways. 

PBS Kids - How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus

A helpful article with good suggestions about how to discuss COVID-19 with young children. Scroll down for a list of links to PBS Kids videos that cover relevant topics like handwashing, how to sneeze safely, why people get sick, and more!

PBS - Virus Information and Prevention (K-12, activities for each school level)

🌟🆕🌟 TBRI 101: A Self-Guided Course in Trust-Based Relationships (free until June 30th, 2020)

TBRI 101: A Self-Guided Course in Trust-Based Relationships is a series of self-paced, whiteboard-style video lessons. This course offers an informal, yet thorough approach to Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, an evidence-based intervention for children from hard places of abuse, neglect, and/or trauma. During these uncertain times, TBRI can be a useful tool for helping children to feel safe. (In light of the COVID-19 crisis, these online trainings are free through June 30, 2020.)

🌟🆕🌟 Why is My Big Kid Acting Like a Toddler?

Regressions are normal during stressful events. Here’s how to identify and deal with them.

More resources coming soon - please stay tuned!

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