Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Helpful Information and Resources

Are you or someone you know feeling anxious? Help is available.

Online resources and tools to provide you with some extra support:

Need to talk to someone? You are not alone.

The following confidential support lines* are available for anyone struggling with loneliness, anxiety, substance use or other mental health concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic. Help identifying community resources is also available.

*Support lines are for emotional support only. Use of the lines does not create a confidential provider-therapist relationship of any type. The lines are not a substitute for professional health care. If you believe you are experiencing a behavioral health emergency, call the Behavioral Health Response Team (BHRT) at 845-517-0400 or 911 immediately.

24/7 Crisis Lines

American Red Cross Greater New York Area

Grieving is always difficult, and we recognize the COVID-19 pandemic creates additional challenges and needs. The Virtual Family Assistance Center Call Center is available to provide emotional support and to assist you in finding the resources that you need.

General Information for the Public

Information for Providers

Are you and your family feeling stressed about the Coronavirus?

We know that individuals, families and parents are struggling to balance work, health, child care and self-care while keeping worries under control. Here's some helpful information and supportive resources to help address some of these concerns.

Managing Stress and Anxiety During Coronavirus

Family, Child and Parenting Resources

Looking for Online Support Groups?