COVID-19

COVID-19 Information & Resources

We know that our member agencies and staff are on the front lines in communities serving often hidden and difficult to serve children, youth, and families. All of us at the Florida Network are concerned about the health and safety of our member agencies, supporters, stakeholders and providers in this time of uncertainty. But, we know that as a Network we can get through it.  We have compiled a list of resources and helpful strategies on how you can do your part to mitigate the spread of this virus.

Florida Network Protocols & Forms

COVID-19 Impact to Florida Network Service Provision

COVID-19 Phase One Florida Network Service Protocol 

COVID-19 Visitor Screening Tool 

Acknowledgement Form to Participate in Remote/Virtual Services due to COVID-19

Central Communication Center (CCC) Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) testing Reporting Procedures

DJJ Masks Protocol

Use of PPE in Florida Network Agencies

Sample COVID-19 Release 

Discontinuation of Transmission-based Precautions & Disposition of COVID-19  

Return to Work Criteria for Essential Personnel with Confirmed or Suspected COVID-19 

Resources for Youth & Families

Social Distancing Activities for Youth

Handwashing

How to Connect to a Sense of Safety at This Time

Helping Children Cope During and After a Disaster

Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with Corona Virus

Strategies for Coping with Isolation and Loneliness During the Corona Virus Pandemic

4 Videos for Youth Service Providers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s Community Action Team (or CAT)

For Youth Service Providers

Youth In Need: Continuing Operations Plan

Bill Wilson Center: COVID-19 Intake Policy Updated for YAS, YAFS and Interim

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/homeless-shelters/plan-prepare-respond.html

Shelter Management During COVID1

SAMHSA Training and Technical Assistance  for COVID19

Additional Resources

National Child Traumatic Stress Network Learning Center 

60 Digital Resources for Mental Health 

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration