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National Alliance on Mental Health - Covid-19 Information and Resources

24 Mar 2020 6:00 PM | Kate Nolin-Smith

The National Alliance on Mental Health has provided a document with useful information and resources to deal with Covid-19.

Content covers:

- I’m having a lot of anxiety because of the coronavirus. Please help.

- I’m quarantined or working from home – lonely and isolated even further – what can I do?

- I don’t have health insurance or a regular doctor – how can I get care?

-  What if I’m quarantined and can’t get my medication? Will there be a shortage

- My business is suffering as a result of the Coronavirus. What assistance programs are available to help?

- Are people who have a mental illness at a greater risk of contracting COVID-19?

- Is there a vaccine or cure for COVID-19?

- I lost a loved one to Coronavirus. Where can I find support?

- I’m a smoker. Am I more likely to catch COVID-19? What should I do?

- How does homelessness increase risk of contracting COVID-19?

- My loved one is incarcerated, are they at increased risk for exposure to COVID-19?

- I’m the aging parent of an adult child living with a serious mental illness. I want to be sure they are taken care of. 

Please find the full document at 


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