COVID-19 Resources for Home Visitors
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Corona Virus Disease 2019
- Arizona Department of Health Services, COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)
- For those who are sheltering in place Six Daily Questions to Ask Yourself from Greater Good Magazine.
- Food safety, nutrition and wellness during COVID-19 from the Harvard School of Public Health.
- Teaching kids about healthy eating If you are home with kids, the Kid’s Healthy Eating Place is a great way to teach them about healthy eating.
- On Sunday, Governor Ducey announced that 2-1-1 was available 7 days a week to answer questions about COVID-19.
- Child Trends provides COVID-19 resources for children on staying healthy.
- The National Institute for Children’s Health Quality provides Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Information for Children’s Health Advocates
- Banner Health: Managing Anxiety in Uncertain Times: Tips for Individuals and Families
- National Home Visiting Resource Center
- Technology in Home Visiting: Strengthening Service Delivery and Professional Development Using Virtual Tools
- Promoting Family Engagement in Home Visiting: An Overview of Innovative Efforts
- Mental Health and Well-Being Among Home Visitors: Stressors, Supports, and Service ImplicationsDuring the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Telehealth Can Help Connect Home Visiting Services to Families
- Triple P Parenting COVID-19 Top Parenting Tips for Parents and Caregivers In Uncertain Times
- March of Dimes-Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) What you Need to Know About Its Impact On Moms and Babies
- NICHQ-Supporting Children’s Health During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Comcast is taking steps to keep people connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is offering a low-income Internet Essentials package that includes two months of free internet.
- Futures Without Violence- INFORMATION ON COVID-19 FOR SURVIVORS, COMMUNITIES, AND DV/SA PROGRAMS
- National Network To End Domestic Violence- Using Technology to Communicate with Survivors During a Public Health Crisis
- Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development- COVID-19 Reources
- Center of Excellence for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation-
COVID-19 AND INFANT AND EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH CONSULTATION (IECMHC): HOW TO PROVIDE SERVICES WHEN EVERYTHING IS DIFFERENT. A web page dedicated to COVID-19 resources.
- First Things First-Parenting in the Time of Coronavirus and Social Distancing
- First Things First-
- Tips for Talking to Young Children about Coronavirus
- The University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative medicine- Enhancing Wellness During Coronavirus
- Birth to Five Helpline – call or text 877-705-KIDS (5437) – addressing questions or concerns about supporting children and the challenges presented by COVID-19. You may also submit questions online at www.birthtofivehelpline.org.
Update from WIC
If you have friends or family who have had their hours cut or have been laid off, WIC may be able to help them if they are pregnant, had a baby recently, breastfeeding, or have children under the age of five. Have them call the nearest clinic. They can find it at clinicsearch.azbnp.gov/or call 1-800-252-5942.
The Arizona WIC program is open. To protect the health of WIC participants and staff, WIC appointments can be done from home instead of coming to the clinic. Contact your local WIC Clinic for more information. You can find your clinic’s information at clinicsearch.azbnp.gov/.
You may also consider attending your WIC appointment from home. Please contact your local clinic for more information. You can find your clinic’s information at clinicsearch.azbnp.gov/.
If you or anyone in your family have a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, please call your WIC office and reschedule your appointment. You may also be able to complete your appointment over the phone.
Take the Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative’s COVID-19 Survey
The Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative (HARC) seeks input on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting local programs. They have created a short survey to be completed by program directors or their representatives by Wednesday, April 8. The survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete per home visiting model operated. Please submit one survey per program. Responses will be presented April 10 via HARC’s website and social media accounts. The NHVRC will also link to results from our Facebook and Twitter feeds.