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MENTOR’s COVID-19 resources

Everyone has been touched by the corona virus and COVID-19, with cases soaring over 180,000 in the United States alone. During these trying times, the support of others is critical. While this might not be possible in a physical capacity with the necessity of social distancing, we can try to provide remote support wherever possible. […]

How we can mitigate the impact of the corona virus pandemic on families

While every family is going to be affected differently, the Research to Policy Collaborative has put together a list of expert advice on how to best weather the many situations that could arise due to the pandemic. You can find this information below, and on their website. “The fast-moving Coronavirus pandemic (also known as COVID-19) […]

Coping with COVID-19 in Community

by Lizabeth Roemer, PhD and Bryan Balvaneda, MA for ADAA Each of us is facing the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic that impact our ability to respond effectively. Some of us are facing severe financial costs, heightened risk due to age or physical conditions, experiences of racism and other forms of discrimination, systemic inequities and […]

[Webinar] Mentorship in the context of COVID-19: Why relationships matter now more than ever

Higher education institutions across the country are facing tremendous turbulence in the face of COVID-19. With college campuses closing and learning being moved online, it is now more important than ever that socially distanced students have a relevant and engaged support network. Mentorship in the Context of COVID-19: Why Relationships Matter More Than Ever; A […]