Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Adult Coping Help

Adult and Parent Coping Resources

Cincinnati Children's wants to help you find resources and ideas for how adults and families can stay strong and protect their mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Resources for parents during COVID-19.

Local Help for Parents and Children

To better protect vulnerable children and families during the COVID-19 pandemic, Cincinnati Children’s, Hamilton County Job & Family Services and Cincinnati Public Schools are collaborating on a campaign called Safe and Sound @ Home Cincinnati. The goal is to raise awareness about parenting support and resources available to those in the community who may be struggling.

  • Child abuse and domestic violence are under-reported in normal times. During these stressful times, children and their caregivers are at greater risk. 

Steps to Take | Spanish

  • There are places in the Cincinnati area that provide help with food or medical assistance, child care, housing and utilities, cash and employment and legal aid.

Look for Help | Spanish

  • It’s natural for parents to feel stress, anxiety and worry right now. 

Get Parenting Tips | Spanish

Take care of your mental health during COVID-19 quarantine.

Coping with COVID-19

Social distance greeting during COVID-19.

Practicing Self-Care

  • Keeping Your Distance to Stay Safe: A guide from the American Psychological Association (APA) to engaging in physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Coping with Stressful News: Seven crucial research findings that can help people deal with COVID-19, from the American Psychological Association, a translation of psychological science on coping with stressful news, and how that can help people to deal with COVID-19.
  • Sleep Hygiene: Tips and tricks for getting quality sleep from the Centre for Clinical Interventions.

Practice self-nurturing during COVID-19.

Taking Care of Your Mental Health: Coping with Anxiety & Depression

Tips for parenting during COVID-19 to help family's mental health.

Parenting during the Pandemic

Where to call for a coronavirus emergency.

Hotlines / Emergency