NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19):
Helping families in times of crisis
The Zero to Thrive team is committed to helping families through this crisis.
To help families through this crisis, the Zero to Thrive team put together a series of guides for parents, children, perinatal women, and professionals with helpful information. We have also compiled a list of assistance programs and resources to help connect families to basic needs, such as financial or food assistance. Below, you can find a comprehensive, searchable database with resources for families, perinatal women, and professionals. The resources and information have been organized around focused topics for easy reference, but many materials are helpful for a wide range of purposes. If there’s anything we can help with that isn’t here, we would love to hear from you.
Members of the Zero to Thrive Translational Network have answered Governor Whitmer’s call for assistance with recommendations for guidelines on re-opening childcare facilities. To learn more about strategies to maintain the physical health and safety of children and staff while attending to the social-emotional health of infants and young children, please review the following resources:
Join our nationally recognized panel for a series of candid conversations about parenting, child behavior, mental health and relationships during the ever-changing environment of our current global pandemic. We’ll tackle the stressors, concerns and difficulties families are facing. Most importantly, we’ll talk about how to maintain a sense of hope and understanding, and tips for maintaining a problem-solving mindset even amidst circumstances that can feel out of our control.
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COMPREHENSIVE COVID-19 RESOURCE DATABASE
A consolidated list of information and resources related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), as well as its impact on mental health.
For up-to-date information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Michigan, please visit the State of Michigan’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) website. For general information about COVID-19, including symptoms, transmission, prevention, treatment, and summary updates of the pandemic, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.