Review ways to reduce the anxiety of health care workers and others.
Loma Linda University Health
School of Behavioral Health and International Behavioral Health Trauma Team materials:
While this is a challenging time, we know that humans are very resilient and that we will get through this together. To help support our community, we’ve created some materials that we hope will be useful to you. We’ve also collected some additional quality resources from other sources that you can find below. We’ll be continuously updating this page with additional materials, so check back often!
Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) Conference
Running June 1-July 9, 2020, this free conference is themed "Holistic Care of Mind, Body, and Spirit." View details
Substance Abuse and Suicide
June 3, 2020: Register for this free webinar on the SBIRT website. View details
Trauma Resource Institute
Free resources developed by our colleagues at the Trauma Resource Institute:
This free app teaches you about the Community Resiliency Model®, a set of self-help skills for addressing stress, which affects both mind and body. Get app
This diagram can be used as a guide to more productive thinking, gradually moving into a resilient zone. View PDF
Free webinars for parents and others, with new recordings added regularly. View webinars
Crisis Prevention Institute
Tips to help individuals control their own behavior during heightened stress and anxiety. View PDF
World Health Organization
These free resources, created by the WHO Mental Health Forum, cover a number of issues and are available in multiple languages.
Social Media Live Q and A Interview with WHO on coping with stressors related to COVID-19
Free COVID-19 resources for those encountering specific challenges.
Domestic Violence Survivors
Contacts, plans, and organizations supporting those experiencing increased isolation and risk. View list
Q&A from the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs. View information
Free mental health support for frontline workers and others from the Pandemic Crisis Services Response Coalition. View support options
Recorded webinar: Older Adults & Isolation During COVID-19. View webinar
Assorted tip sheets for caregivers of all kinds. View tip sheets
Health Care Professionals
Free, weekly, reflective writing sessions for all health care workers and their loved ones, led via Zoom by Laurel Braitman, courtesy of Stanford Medicine. View details
For Our Local Community
Community Health Association Inland Southern Region
Resources for the Riverside, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles Counties. View links
For Behavioral Health Professionals
COVID-19 webinars and other resources for those working in children's services, from the Institute of Innovation and Implementation. View materials
How behavioral health professionals can help mitigate COVID-19 health disparities. View blog post
Resources for social workers from NASW-CA. View resources
Statements, stories, and resources for health care providers. View resources
Inter-Agency Standing Committee
Free children's book, My Hero is You, available as a PDF in multiple languages. View PDFs
Interim Briefing Note
IASC Interim Briefing Note Addressing Mental Health and Psychosocial (MHPSS) aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak. View PDF
Assorted resources for maintaining wellness during COVID-19.
Darria Long: How to manage your stress like an ER doctor