COVID-19 mental health resources

COVID-19 mental health resources

As many Ontarians return to school, and as work environments gradually reopen, we understand that it’s a stressful, challenging time. At EENet, we remain dedicated to providing evidence-based resources for Ontarians—from research snapshots about mental health during the pandemic to our growing collection of resources about Virtual Care.

Please join us in sending our gratitude to all front-line and essential workers—and share your experiences in our online community, EENet Connect. We look forward to connecting.

In this section of our website, we will be posting various mental health resources that may be useful to you during this challenging time. Included are CAMH resources and a COVID-19 online forum on EENet Connect.

EENet will also be developing new resources over the coming weeks and months, which you can view by scrolling down below the social media icons.

COVID-19 resources

Mental Health and the COVID-19 pandemic

This resource provides the following content:

  • The latest news from CAMH.
  • Frequently asked questions.
  • Strategies to help you cope with stress and anxiety.
  • Dealing with quarantine and isolation.
  • The impact of stigma and prejudice and how to reduce them.


The following information sheets were developed by CAMH:

Mental health and COVID-19 resources for health care workers

This webpage from CAMH provides resources for healthcare workers. 

CAMH news updates — Novel coronavirus updates

This webpage provides updates on active screening, closures and new visitor restrictions due to COVID-19.

EENet Connect COVID-19 online forum

This online forum provides a space for you to connect with others and share mental health resources with members of the online community.

Project Contact: 

eenet [at] camh [dot] ca

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