The COVID-19 crisis is tough. It’s uncertain, disruptive and stressful.
But, this is exactly why The Village exists. For the last 200 years, we’ve been a constant source of support through the toughest times.
Whether you need help or want to help, we are here.
Our experts are here to guide you in preserving your mental health and connecting you to additional critical resources.
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Featured Village Resources
The New Normal: Managing Anxiety During a Pandemic, The Village
“Tuning In” to the Good, The Village
Parenting during the COVID-19 crisis
Coping during social isolation
COVID-19: Its OK to Feel Overwhelmed and Be Unproductive, Psychology Today
Anxiety and COVID-19, YouTube
Basic needs support
Coronavirus crisis resources in Connecticut: From food to legal aid and housing, Hartford Courant
Mobile Foodshare, a list of Mobile Foodshare sites
Working from home/employment
Leading from a Distance: 5 Lessons for Successful Virtual Teaming, Spencer Stuart
21 Tips to Survive Working from Home, Psych Central
Combat Social Isolation With Smart Technology, Oak Hill/NEAT
Free Assistive Technology Webinars & Hotline, Oak Hill/NEAT
The iPhone: A powerful solution for social connection & accessibility!, Oak Hill/NEAT
Eliminating the rumors/ misinformation about the virus
Coronavirus: Scammers follow the headlines, Federal Trade Commission
The Coronavirus Collection: Fact-Checking COVID-19, Snopes.com
Journal articles, chapters & media
Coronavirus and Mental Health: Taking Care of Ourselves During Infectious Disease Outbreaks, Psychiatry
The psychological impact of quarantine and how to reduce it: rapid review of the evidence, The lancet.
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