As local governments and health authorities look to curb the spread of COVID-19, more and more people throughout the U.S. are being told to stay home and practice social distancing. Likewise, those who are sick or have tested positive for COVID-19 are further limiting their social contact through self-isolation. While such measures may protect our physical health, it’s important to also consider the impact of isolation on our mental health. Being separated from friends, family, and colleagues may trigger feelings of loneliness, anxiety, anger, restlessness, stress, and even depression. But just as we are protecting our immune system, it’s equally important to prioritize self-care at this time.


Resources During Coronavirus Social Isolation Period:


Coronavirus/Covid-19 CDC Website


For children:


For Parents/Teens:


For Parents/Family:


Housing / Utilities (keep scrolling down on this page or search with the looking glass icon)


stress and coping:

Coping and Taking Care of Your and Your Child’s Emotional Health