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Maryland Department of Health

CovidCONNECT

Welcome to CovidCONNECT

A website to discover resources, stay current on the newest information and find support
 
The purpose of CovidCONNECT is to provide a resource for Maryland residents who have personal experience with COVID-19 – whether through having the disease yourself, or having it impact your life in other ways. Perhaps you nursed someone, or lost someone, who had COVID-19. Here you can read testimonials from other Marylanders who have had Covid, discover clinical trials in which you may be eligible to participate, educate yourself on the newest Covid-related information, and connect with others who have also suffered personal impact in this pandemic.
 

We wish you continued health and wellness, and thank you for your participation

CovidCONNECTIONS

Plasma Donation

Clinical Studies

Resources

Virtual Support Groups

Virtual support groups are available through CovidCONNECT. We encourage you to join a session to talk with other Marylanders who have had COVID-19. Trained peer facilitators host small groups twice a month. We will send an invitation with details and login information for those interested in connecting with others and talking about the challenges of recovering from COVID-19. If you have questions or requests about virtual support groups and related resources, please email mdh.covidconnect@maryland.gov.

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Meeting Dates:

CovidCONNECT Webinar Series

Join us every other Thursday for the CovidCONNECT Webinar Series. Developed in partnership with NAMI Maryland and other stakeholders, these presentations include speakers who cover topics on mental health, wellness and recovery. These webinars are curated specifically for Marylanders who have been impacted by COVID-19. Registration is required. 

Webinars take place select Thursdays at 5 p.m.

Managing Mental Health During the Pandemic

JAN

20

Presenter: Mimi Walsh-Wehberg, LCPC

Summary: This webinar will cover the importance of self-care, healthy coping skills, and knowing when to ask for help. Presenter Mimi Walsh-Wehberg is a licensed clinical professional counselor who began working in mental health treatment in 1992. She has experience with a variety of treatment settings, including inpatient psychiatric facilities, outpatient mental health and substance abuse programs, primary care offices, private practice, and college counseling centers.