Responding to COVID-19 | Anxiety & Return to Work/School
Responding to COVID-19
Anxiety & Return to Work/School
Returning to school or work in this current phase of COVID is perhaps less isolating, but still a time of stress and anxiety. Below we highlight resources developed by our Network and other reputable national organizations for individuals returning back to work and school in person.
MHTTC Products and Resources
- Back to School After COVID-19: Open Up with Optimism and Connection
- Back to School After COVID-19: Supporting Student and Staff Mental Health
- Behavioral Health Impacts During & After COVID-19: What to Expect and Ways to Prepare for the Return to In-Person Learning
- Best Practices and Helpful Considerations for Responding to Traumatic Stress in Schools for School Staff; HHS Region 8
- C-TLC | Back to School After COVID-19: Supporting Student and Staff Mental Health Toolkit
- C-TLC | Visioning for the Future of Education: Back to School after COVID-19–Supporting Student and Staff Mental Health
- Campus Mental Health: How do we Come Back to the New Normal?
- How to Implement a Provider Wellness Program at Work
- Identifying and Addressing Youth Anxiety in School-based Settings; HHS Region 8
- LGBT Elders after COVID: Healing, Emerging, Connecting Recording
- Managing Anxiety & The Return to School Webinar Series
- Managing Stress During Uncertain Times
- Mental Health on the Job: Video Tip Series for Employers & Employees
- Northwest School Mental Health Newsletter: June 2020
- Strengthening School Communities for a Safe, Supportive Return: Part 2
- Supporting the Mental Health Workforce During and After COVID-19
- The Back-to-School Series: Supports for Staff, Student, & Families During COVID-19
- The Mental Health Impacts of Surviving COVID-19
- We are not robots: How stress is core to being human and ways we can work with it during tough times (Burnout Busters | The Podcast)
- Webinar: Stress Management: The Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic for Latino Families
- What Now? Supporting Students after a Mental Health Crisis
Resources from Other Organizations
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Psychological Association
- Life after COVID-19: Making space for growth
- Student mental health during and after COVID-19: How can schools identify youth who need support?
- Supporting employee mental health when reopening the workplace
- Transitioning to a post-pandemic world: How can psychological science assist others and us as psychologists?
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
- Guidance for COVID-19 Prevention in K-12 Schools
- Helping Children Cope
- Talking with children about Coronavirus Disease 2019
- Back To “Normal” – Or Not: How To Help Your Family Through COVID-19 Transitions
- Dealing With Potential Exposure: The Stress Of Physically Reopening Schools
- Supporting College Students: Mental Health and Disability in Higher Education
- What are successful communication strategies for managers in community mental health organizations during and after COVID-19
- What factors should I consider when reopening an office or clinic for in-person visits after the pandemic?
- What are strategies to support resilience and prevent burnout among mental health staff during and after the COVID-19 pandemic?
- What are successful communication strategies for managers in community mental health organizations during and after COVID-19?
- Strategies for Safe Operation and Addressing the Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education Students, Faculty, and Staff
U.S Department of Health and Human Services
SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline is standing by 24/7 to support you during the pandemic & beyond. Toll-free, multilingual, & confidential support services are available to all residents in the U.S. & its territories. Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained counselor.