Resources

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website has a specific page devoted to COVID-19, including practical tips for preventing illness, updates on the number of cases in the US, and answers to commonly asked questions. People at higher risk of serious illness from the virus (defined as older adults or those with serious chronic medical conditions) should read this page carefully.
  • Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center includes an update on global cases, information on transmission and diagnosis, how to protect yourself, and much more.
  • Your state or local health department website may have updated information for your specific area; larger communities may be more likely to have more comprehensive information and/or resources in multiple languages. See, for example, the County of Los Angeles Public Health website.
  • The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle has a page specifically for cancer patients, caregivers, and family members, including information about risk factors and ways to reduce your risk of infection.
  • The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) resource page provides information and resources on psychological and financial support.
  • We have a page of financial resources for men and their families dealing with prostate cancer treatment expenses. For general financial help, call 211 and connect with your local United Way to find resources in your community.

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