Mental Health Resources For Children- Providers

Autism Awareness
Monarch has offered monthly webinars/lectures to members of the autism community, many of which are archived on this site.

Autism Speaks
Tips with managing children at home during Covid-19

CDC COVID-19 Stress and Coping Resources
CDC: Tips and strategies on how to deal with stress and coping during outbreak.

Center for Early Childhood Mental Health
Stress and Relaxation techniques

Child Mind Institute
Disorders in the Classroom: Back to School Tips for Kids who are Struggling, How Trauma affects Children in the Classroom, and much more!

Child Mind Institute
Helping Children Cope With Frightening News

Child Mind Institute
How to Foster Resilience in Kids

Child Mind Institute
Racism and Violence: How to Help Kids Handle the News

Child Mind Institute
Racism and Violence: How to Help Kids Handle the News

Child Mind Institute
What to Do (and not to do) When Children Are Anxious

Conscious Discipline
Cultivating Connection and Contribution During Covid-19

Early Childhood Development
Autism awareness and acceptance in Early Childhood Education

Heart-Mind Online Calm Teacher, Calm Students
As children and teachers prepare to return to school this September, a focus on Heart-Mind Well-being can go a long way towards preventing teacher burn-out and fighting the stress contagion before it begins. Read on for tips on how to engage with each of the 5 Heart-Mind Qualities in order to make this back-to-school the calmest one yet!

Heart-Mind Online 21 Sensory Activities
21 Sensory Activities for Focus & Calm

Heart-Mind Online Turtle Time! A calming technique
The “turtle technique” is a method for calming down when you feel angry, frustrated or upset. It has been found to be effective for both children and adults.

Masks and Gloves Social Story

Mask Story Coloring Book

Rainbows for All Children
Rainbows is a nonprofit organization that trains volunteers at schools, faith-based organizations, and community centers to lead structured, age-specific, peer support groups for children 3-18 years old who are grieving the loss of a family member as a result of death, divorce, life-threatening illness, incarceration, military deployment, or other life-altering event.
2653 Michigan Ave.
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Hilda J. Reyes, B.A.
Dialma Rivera, M.S.

Resources to Support the Social & Emotional Development of Young Children
The resources provided in this edition of CCR&R Resources will address the social and emotional wellbeing of families and are available online.

Talking with children about Coronavirus Disease 2019
CDC: Talking with children about Coronavirus Disease 2019

Trauma Informed Responses
Resources for coping with the Coronavirus Pandemic

US Department of Health and Human Resources
SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.
The Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990
(press “2” for Spanish)

Visual Safety Reminders for Covid-19

When We All Come Together Again
A printable story

Wisconsin Alliance For Mental Health
Pyramid Model: Tips For Supporting Infants and Young Children’s Transition as We Reopen