Additional Resources

This is a difficult time for all of us for so many reasons. We would like to help in a small way by providing additional resources that may help reduce anxiety levels for you and your children. We will add new activities to this page each week, as well as update it with other valuable resources we find.

Need Something Calming to Do?

Try one these relaxing activities:

Need Someone to Talk To?

Reach out to one of these amazing sources for professional help:

NYC COVID Care Hotline
1-844-863-9314
Thousands of mental health professionals have signed up to provide free online mental health services to New Yorkers. Open to all NY residents.

NYC COVID Worker Care Network
For NY essential workers or the family of essential workers, this NYC-based volunteer network of 1500+ mental health professionals, life coaches, spiritual care providers, organizers, and crisis line operators ready to offer free support in this time of incredible need.

Teen Counseling
An online platform where teens from ages 13-19 can get help from a licensed therapist online. Resources also available for parents. contact@teencounseling.com

Talkspace
Online and mobile therapy company based in New York City for ages 18+.

Better Help
Online counseling and therapy services for children and adults are provided through web-based interaction as well as phone and text.

Amwell
This is a good psychiatry resource for an initial assessment for people 18+.

Pride Counseling
LGBTQ+ focused counseling for people of all ages who identify as LBGTQ+. contact@pridecounseling.com

MD Live
For assessments/intakes.

Additional Hotlines for Immediate Help:
National Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-8255
National Alliance on Mental Illness: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264)
National Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
The National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233