Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

COVID-19 Resources

Topic

Sources

Resource

Self-Care


  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) (1a)

  • World Health Organization (1b)

  • National Council for Behavioral Health – Mental Heath First Aid (MHFA) (1c)

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (1d)

  • Centers for Disease Control (1e)

Care for Others

  • National Council for Behavioral Health – Mental Heath First Aid (MHFA) (2a)

  • Center for Disease Control (CDC) (2b)

  • Child Mind Institute (2c)

  • Youth.gov (2d)

  • Project REDD (Research and Education on Disability and Disaster) TAMU (2e)

  • CDC (2f)

Healthy Relationships

  • University of California-Berkely (3a)

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline (3b)

  • Havard Health (3c)

  • Firstthings.org (3d)

  • WebMD.com (3e)

Parenting

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) (4a)

  • World Health Organization (4b)

  • UNICEF (4c)

  • Military Familiy Learning Network - Caregiving Concentration (4d)

  • Minnesota Department of Health (4e)

  • CDC (4f)

Managing Finances 

  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (5a) 

  • George Washinton University (5b)

  • Federal Trade Commission (5c)

  • CareerOneStop 

Rural Development 

  • United States Department of Agriculture (6a)

  • Rural Development Initiatives (6b)

  • The ASPEN Insttitue (6c)

Texas

  • Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service (7a) (7b) (7c)

  • Texas Department of State Health Services (7d)

  • Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (7e)

  • Local Resources (7f)

  • Texas Workforce Commission (7g)

  • Texas.gov (7h)

  • Texas Education Agency (7i)


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