Coronavirus Resources

Coronavirus Resources

In accordance with CDC guidelines and to maintain the safety of our consumers, Mental Health America of Southeast Florida (including MHA’s 9Muses Art Center) will be closed to the public until further notice.   Staff is available by phone during regular office hours.  All in-person classes, groups and events are postponed.   Online and virtual alternatives are available.   Follow 9Muses Art Center on Facebook or Twitter for further updates.


Florida Dept of Health COVID-19 -  Data & Map Dashboard
tabs at bottom of map allow you to search by zip code

Florida Governor's Stay at Home Executive Order

Florida Dept of Health 24/7 Call Center   888-779-6121 or
​Florida Dept of Health Broward Telephone Line  954-357-9500
​Florida Dept of Health Statewide Text Line  ​888777

Florida Dept of Health - What You Need to Know About COVID-19 
(Including the Opportunity to Submit Your Comments to the Governor)

Broward County COVID-19 Testing Sites

Florida Dept of Health - Coronavirus Survey
WHO – Rolling Updates on Coronavirus
CDC – COVID-19 What You Need To Know
CDC - Return to Work Procedures
OSHA - Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19
​Guide to Reopening Your Workplace
​Workplace Readiness Essentials
VA - What Veterans Need to Know
CDC - Implementation of Mitigation Strategies
CMS – Medicare & Coronavirus
CDC - Coronavirus Disease Basics
National MHA – Mental Health & COVID-19 Information & Resources
National MHA – Behavioral Health Self-Screening Tools
JAMA - Treatment of Critically Ill Patients with Convalescent Plasma
JAMA - Convalescent Plasma, Possibilities & Challenges
JAMA - Addressing COVID-19 in Populations with Serious Mental Illness
NIH - Coronavirus Stability on Surfaces
NIMH Director - Managing Stress, Fear & Anxiety
NIMH - Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Individuals Research Study
NIMH - Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Healthcare Workers Research Study
SAMHSA - Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health
Medicare - Coronavirus Testing
Medicaid - Coronavirus Resources
​UM Miller School of Medicine - Physician treats patient with Nitric Oxide Therapy
Florida Dept of Elder Affairs - Tips for Caregivers of Elders with Memory Disorders
CDC - What Older Adults Need to Know
CDC - Preventing Spread in Homes & Residential Communities
CDC - Preparedness Checklist for Nursing Homes & Long-Term Care Settings
CDC - How To Protect Yourself
CDC - How to Safely Wear & Remove a Face Covering
CDC - Cleaning & Disinfecting Your Home
CDC - What To Do If You Are Sick
CSTS - Taking Care of Your Family
NPR - What Kids Want To Know
Zero to Three - Answering Your Young Child’s Questions About Coronavirus
CSTS - Clinician's Guide, Caring For Patient's Well-Being
SAMHSA – National Guidelines for Behavioral Health Crisis Care
PCSS - Treating Opioid Use Disorder via Telehealth Tips for Primary Care Providers
CDC – Keeping the Workplace Safe
CSTS – Critical Elements for Business Planning
CSTS - Sustaining the Well-Being of Healthcare Personnel
CMS -  Emergency Declaration Blanket Waivers for Health Care Providers
​CDC - Use of Cloth Face Coverings
NY Times - Users' Guide to Face Masks
YouTube - Simple No Sew Face Mask

Financial Resources

US Government (White House, CDC, FEMA)
Chamber of Commerce Comprehensive Guidance for Businesses & Employees
FL Dept of Economic Opportunity - Re-employment Assistance
Broward SCORE has a number of free online business workshops
US Small Business Administration offers disaster assistance
Official US Government Website - Financial Assistance After Disaster
Rebuild Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan
USA Today - Stimulus Package article
US Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship - Guide to CARES Act

Social Service Resources

Mental Health America of Southeast Florida Seth Line Warm Line
Feeling Isolated, Lonely, Panicked, or Just Need to Talk?
Expanded Hours Mon-Fri: 10:00am-10:00pm & Sat: 10:00am-5:00pm

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is conducting an online research to learn how stressors related to COVID-19 affect mental health over time. Participants (18+ years) complete 20-minute online questionnaires every two weeks, for 6 months. Participation is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time. Click for Information

In a Crisis?  Call 2-1-1 or Text 741741 to speak with a Crisis Counselor

Feeding South Florida offers benefit application assistance and access to food pantry. 

Together 4 Broward Interactive Food Distribution Map

United Way COVID-19 Webinar    Watch the Recording     View the Powerpoint Slides

​ADRC delivers Free Meals to Broward County seniors 60+ years with limited financial resources. 

Florida Dept of Elder Affairs Tips for Caregivers of Elders with Memory Disorders

Broward County Schools Coronavirus Resources

Xfinity and AT&T have opened up Wifi hotspots across the country for the next 60 days so everyone can have access to the Internet for free, including non-customers.

SAMHSA Virtual Recovery meetings

Complete the Census 2020 online or call 844-330-2020

Recreational Resources

Recreational Resources

9Muses Online Art Classes
9Muses Wellness Classes
Smithsonian Museum of Natural History
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
National Zoo
National Gallery of Art
Shedd Aquarium Live Webcam
Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Louvre

Houston Zoo Flamingo Webcam
Dave Barry on Coronavirus
Amazon Audible Stories for Kids

Online Cooking Classes:

Lenore Nolan-Ryan  954-491-2340
The Restaurant People  954-523-1956
Caja Caliente  786-431-1947
Roho Kitchen  954-200-2895
Publix  954-577-7632
Osaka Cocina Nikkei  786-627-4800
Cafe Martorano  954-561-2554
Guy Fieri’s Chicken Guy  305-428-2444
Therapeutic Oasis  561-278-6033
Missing an Ingredient?  Here's What You Can Use Instead


Hand sanitizers dangerous near fire sources

Please Dispose of Used Gloves and Face Coverings Properly
Never leave on the ground, on sidewalks, in streets, or parking lots. These items may be contaminated and could potentially pose a risk. Used masks and gloves are not biodegradable or recyclable. Please be respectful of others, particularly during this challenging time, and dispose of these items properly.