As the weeks persist with our new normal, we continue to collect resources and information that may help support your programs during this unprecedented time. Below are resources from national and local programs that may help you with your day to day activities with families. Everything we've received is linked below. We will continue to disseminate resources as they are developed.
Books by the Bushel: Home Literacy Kits Centers for Disease Control Guidance for Employees and StaffCenters for Disease Control Interim Guidance for Homeless Service Providers to Plan and RespondCenters for Disease Control Interim Guidance for People Experiencing Homelessness during COVID-19 Centers for Disease Control Quick FactsCenters for Disease Control Recommendations Child Mind_Single Parenting During Coronavirus Crisis Child Mind_Supporting Kids During Coronavirus Crisis Child Trends_Ways to Promote Childrens Resilience during COVID-19 Children's Trust COVID-19 Response Children’s Health Matters Mental Health Resources Children's Mental Health Matters Child Care AwareCoronavirus Kids FlyerCoronavirus InfoCOVID-19 FactsheetCOVID-19 Guidelines COVID-19 and Implications for Maternal Depression and Intimate Partner Violence Screening and ReferralFace Coverings
Mary's Center Telehealth Consent Form Mary's Center Telehealth FAQ Meal Distribution SiteNurse Family Partnership CommunicationNational Child Traumatic Stress Network COVID-19 Factsheet Parenting in a Pandemic - Tips to Keep the Calm at Home Plain Language Information on Coronavirus Policy Resources for Head Start Parents and Caregivers Positive Parenting and COVID-19: 10 tips Prince George's CRC Draft Guidance for Electronic Health Visits Prince George's CRC Guidance for Diaper Deliveries during Public Health Crisis Resources and Strategies for Mental Health Providers COVID (PowerPoint version)Schools are Close Story - Resource for Children Strategies to Cope with COVID-19 AnxietyTechnical Assistance Brief Supporting Families During a Public Health CrisisTalking to Young ChildrenTeens and COVID-19 Using QI Methods to Adapt to Virtual Care Delivery Virtual at Home Screening
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