If you’re experiencing stress or anxiety as a result of the pandemic, you’re not alone.

On this page:

Help for managing your stress

COVID-19 can impact your mental health as well as your physical health. Many Californians are coping with stress related to:

  • Economic distress due to lost wages
  • Employment
  • School closures
  • Social isolation due to physical distancing

These resources can help you:

Help for parents and kids

Parents and families are facing a lot during this pandemic. Working moms and dads must now be workers, parents, child counselors, and teachers all at once. Some parents also face new work environments, job loss, and interpersonal violence. 

There are tools that can help parents and kids. Mental health professionals, researchers, and the California Surgeon General recommend these resources.