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COVID-19 Resources

This is a collection of some of the best resources that we have been able to find as the COVID-19 pandemic has evolved. 
As things continue to change, we will do our best to adapt this list.

Resources to Share

...There's now an app for that...

, a mobile mental health support app designed by the VA's National Center for PTSD, is intended for use by everyone.

It provides easy one-tap access to interactive anxiety, sleep, trauma symptom and mood management exercises, resource information and crisis support. It does not require email registration or login and does not collect or transmit any identifying information. 

View the full suite of free mobile mental health apps from the VA at: 

Other COVID-19 Resources

  • Bay Area COVID-19 Resource List (A shared google doc listing resources for Housing, Transportation, Employment & Financial support, Educational resources, Parenting help, Self-Care/Isolation help, etc.)

  • - lists free and reduced-cost services in every city in America and highlights hundreds of programs designed to help with things like paying for food, paying bills, etc. due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Practice Management Resources

How to Resume In-Person Practice

Recording: Let's Talk Event with Real Estate Agent Gabe Regalado re: Managing Office Matters During COVID-19

Re-Opening Your Practice After COVID-19 Checklist(PDF doc)

Infectious Disease and Pandemic Cleaning Guidelines (pdf doc)

COVID-19: When Is It OK to Resume In-Person Services? (APA)

COVID-19: What the Ethics Code Says About Re-Opening Your Practice Now (APA) - discusses risk to practitioner and clients, provides helpful links for CDC guidelines and Johns Hopkins Operational Toolkit for Re-Opening

Reliable Psychological Resources for COVID-19

  • The Trust - with access to:

    • Telehealth Informed Consent (sample)

    • Telehealth Trainings

    • Other Resources

  • Mental Health Considerations During COVID-19 Outbreak (WHO) WHO and public health authorities around the world are taking action to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. However, this time of crisis is generating stress in the population. These mental health considerations were developed by the Mental Health Department as support for mental and psychological well-being during COVID-19 outbreak.Coronavirus Resources (National Health Law Program).  This site includes an assortment of resources related to coronavirus from NHeLP and from their trusted partners.



  • Headspace – provide your NPI # to get discounts at this time 

Mindfulness - Kids


Exercise - Kids

Please join us in building a dynamic source for resources and information.  If you would like to share links, websites, documents (like a Telehealth Informed Consent template, etc.) and other resources, please email them to  Thank you!