National Council for Behavioral Health is
building a resource directory and sharing relevant tools.
here to explore the directory. See the other resources
from the National Council for Behavioral Health below:
Congress and the Trump Administration have
changed federal guidelines so that more
practitioners may use telehealth during the
This document is intended to provide you with
the background and resources necessary to help
you begin or expand your use of telehealth. For
technical assistance, contact your Telehealth
The Diabetes Foundation has opened a
hotline for individuals living with all types of diabetes
to receive a free emergency backup kit. If you are in need
of an emergency backup kit can apply to receive one by
visiting the foundation's website or by
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has
compiled a list of resoruces related to COVID-19. This
includes health justice strategies. Click here
for more information.
Johns Hopkins University - This website is a great
resource to help advance the understanding of the virus,
inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a
response, improve care, and save lives.
Pfizer press release announcing that Pfizer and
BioNTech have agreed to a letter of intent regarding the
co-development and distribution (excluding China) of a
potential mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine aimed at
preventing COVID-19 infection.
Labcorp placed information on how to get Coronavirus
tests on their sites.
Resources if you are seeking help, wanting to access
treatment, and/or connect to a crisis counselor:
Free App to Support People in Recovery - Addiction Policy
Forum has partnered with
CHESS Health to launch the
Connections App, a free smartphone app that is
scientifically proven to support patients in recovery by
reducing relapse and promoting pro-social engagement.