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COVID-19 Resource Page

We will be updating this page regularly as we find additional resources related to COVID-19 you may find helpful. If there is a resource you would like to make us aware of, please Contact Us.

National Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA):
National Institutes of Health (NIH): 
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA):
Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources (SBA): 
COVID Act Now:

State Government Resources - Georgia

Georgia Department of Health:
Georgia Emergency Management Agency: Support for Individuals and Families: 
State Hotline: (844) 442-2681 (the hotline is for general questions or concerns about COVID-19; if you think are sick, or have been exposed to someone who is, call your primary care physician, an urgent care center, or community health department)

Local Food & Financial Assistance

North Fulton Community Charities:
Find Your Local Food Bank:  
Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL; for unemployment claims): 
Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act:
North Point Community Church List of Food & Financial Relief:  

Helping Adults Cope

"Inflammation of the Heart," written by Curt Thompson, MD:
"A Body of Work," an article on "Zoom fatigue" written by Curt Thompson, MD:
"Coping With Coronavirus Stress," written by Shainna Ali, PhD LMHC, for Psychology Today:

Helping Children Cope

A COVID-19 Social Story for Young Children:
Coping Skills for Dealing With the Coronavirus:
Helping Your Toddler Cope With Grief and Death:
Answers to Common Questions Asked By Parents of Children Ages 0-3:
Age-Appropriate Answers to Toddlers' Questions About COVID-19: 
Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring the Coronavirus: and here, in video form: 
Coronavirus: How to Teach Kids About COVID-19: 
​At-Home Activity Guide: 
Five Tips to Make the Most of Video Chats:
Sesame Street: Caring for Each Other: 
COVID-19 Tips for Parents: ​ 

*Children's Books Fostering Safety, Security, and Emotional Regulation

The Story of the Oyster and the Butterfly: The Corona Virus and Me (written by Ana Gomez): 
The Invisible String (written by Patrice Karst): book ( and activity kit ( 
Bunny Roo, I Love You (Melissa Marr): 
If Kisses Were Colors (Janet Lawler):
Guess How Much I Love You (Sam McBratney): 
I Love You Because You're You (Liza Baker):
Presley the Pug Relaxation Activity Book: A Therapeutic Story with Creative Activities to Help Children Aged 0-5 to Regulate Their Emotions and Find Calm: 
*Many of these books can be found on YouTube, read aloud, but if you enjoy them, please purchase them to support the authors and illustrators. Ana Gomez is making The Story of the Oyster and the Butterfly available at no charge right now. One source to download it from is Parent to Parent:


Health Education

How to Breathe If You Have a Respiratory Infection Like COVID-19: ​ 
COVID-19 Video Series from the Neurosequential Network and Dr. Bruce Perry: 

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