Information from the National Institute on Drug Abuse may help clients with substance abuse disorders who may be more susceptible to COVID-19.
Social distancing and staying home during the pandemic can lead to social isolation. During these situations, many people may begin to feel a sense of social isolation and will need to work harder to maintain contact with others and a sense of community. Watch for signs of isolation’s impact on mental health and those having difficulty coping.
Talking with Children about the Pandemic
- National Child Traumatic Stress Network
NCTSN provides education and technical assistance for parents, schools, the media and behavioral health professionals who work with traumatic stress in children.