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Below are some resources for adults, parents, children, and teens about maintaining mental health and talking to each other about the coronavirus. 
 
Pacific Clinics Industry:  626-839-0300
 
Foothill Family Services:  626-993-3000
 
Industry Sheriff Department:  626-330-3322
 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:  1-800-273-8255
 
Crisis Text Line:  Text HOME to 741741
 
National Alliance on Mental Illness
  • NAMI HelpLine:  Monday-Friday from 10:00am-6:00pm (EDT)
 
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health has several sources on handling stressful situations (including COVID-19) available in a variety of languages.
  • Their 24/7 access line is (800) 854-7771 and provides mental health support, resources, and referrals.
 
The National Association of School Psychologists provides parents with this resource to help them talk to their children about COVID-19.
 
The National Association of School Nurses along with the National Association of School Psychologists have put together this pdf, a parents' guide to talking to children about COVID-19.
 
The Anxiety and Depression Association of America has some tips on talking to children and teens who have anxiety.
 
The County of Los Angeles Public Library provides access to their free resources, homework help, databases, tv shows, movies, music, newspapers, magazines...in a variety of languages!  Apply for a digital library card to access these resources.
 
The County of Los Angeles Public Library also provides families with tips to handle stress and anxiety and to maintain their mental health and well-being.  
This pdf for teens includes books, activities, and music.
This pdf for parents and children includes videos, activities, and books.
Here are some resources and tips for adults.
 
Here are some FAQs from the County of Los Angeles Public Library about the corona virus available in English, Spanish, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, Arabic, and Cambodian.
 
Comics for Good has resources for talking to children and teens about COVID-19 via comics.  They include free (!!!!) print-outs and coloring pages and are available in multiple languages.