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    Novel Coronavirus
    Home Visitor Resources

    As the weeks persist with our new normal, we continue to collect resources and information that may help support your programs during this unprecedented time.  Below are resources from national and local programs that may help you with your day to day activities with families. Everything we've received is linked below. We will continue to disseminate resources as they are developed. 

    Do what you feel is right and best supports your home visiting programs as well as your organization. Be safe during this unprecedented time in our lives.  Please let us know if there are other ways we might assist you with resources.

    --The MIECHV State Team


    Books by the Bushel: Home Literacy Kits
    Children’s Health Matters Mental Health Resources
    Children's Mental Health Matters 
    Child Care AwareCOVID books and resources for children

    Face Coverings
    Harvard University Center on the Developing Child
    Lactation Supports

    Mary's Center Telehealth Consent Form 
    Mary's Center Telehealth FAQ
    Meal Distribution Site
    Nurse Family Partnership Communication
    National Child Traumatic Stress Network COVID-19 Factsheet 
    Parenting in a Pandemic - Tips to Keep the Calm at Home
    Plain Language Information on Coronavirus 
    Policy Resources for Head Start Parents and Caregivers
    Positive Parenting and COVID-19: 10 tips 
    Prince George's CRC Draft Guidance for Electronic Health Visits
    Prince George's CRC Guidance for Diaper Deliveries during Public Health Crisis
    Resources and Strategies for Mental Health Providers COVID (PowerPoint version)
    Rural Home Visiting Resource Guide 
    Schools are Close Story - Resource for Children
    Strategies to Cope with COVID-19 Anxiety
    Technical Assistance Brief Supporting Families During a Public Health Crisis
    Talking to Young Children
    Teens and COVID-19 
    Using QI Methods to Adapt to Virtual Care Delivery
    Virtual at Home Screening 

    Virtual Supervision Tools




    updated August 10, 2020