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Covid-19 Resource Center

Covid-19 Resource Center

This is an unprecedented time for everyone, and the situation is changing daily. Canopy is committed and prepared to address the evolving risk posed by COVID-19. We will continue to post new materials in our new COVID-19 Resource Center to help you as we all move forward though this unique time together.

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Healthcare Support, Let Us Care for You

Canopy is here to provide you with free, confidential support to help cope with the heavy emotions that come with caring for others during such challenging times.

Addressing Healthcare Professionals Needs

Canopy providers support and resources to help with the challenges of the pandemic both in the workplace and at home.

Self-Care Tips for Healthcare Professionals During COVID-19

Learn about how Canopy can help you to manage stress and take care of yourself during this challenging time.

Coping with Vaccine Anxiety

To manage stress or anxiety about vaccinations it can be helpful to identify what we know and what we can do.

Returning to School Guide

Download Canopy EAP's Returning to School Guide to help with planning an uncertain school year.

Reintegration Stress Fall 2021


Managing Return to Work Anxiety

If you are feeling anxious about a return-to-work date, here are some things to consider to help you navigate this tumultuous time.

Work-Family-Life During COVID-19

Canopy provides resources to help achieve a work–life balance during times of uncertainty and challenges.

Post Pandemic Work-Life Balance Checklist

When returning to the workplace, post–pandemic, there are work–related and personal commitments which may have been put on pause and are in need of attention. Learn about ways to plan for a post–pandemic lifestyle.

Caution Fatigue During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Caution fatigue is what happens when the energy that keeps you alert to danger starts to run down and your sensitivity to risk starts to lessen.

Dealing with Caregiver Stress in a COVID-19 World

There have always been both joys and pressures in caring for family members. In a world with COVID-19, some of the pressures can be magnified, particularly by social isolation, limits on available support, separation from family or loved ones.

Celebrating Holidays During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Holiday celebrations present new risks this year because of the COVID–19 pandemic. Read about how you can safely celebrate the holidays while maintaining some of your normal traditions.

Managing Anxiety While Wearing a Mask

It's not uncommon to experience anxiety, claustrophobia, and fear. wearing a mask or covering our face. Learn about some coping techniques that can help with these difficult feelings.

Dependent Care Support Services and Resources

Information and resources for dependent care services.

Suicide and Mental Health Awareness

The key to lowering the suicide rate is prevention, which includes education, stigma reduction, and improving support resources for those who are at risk.

Suicide Prevention Support

The key to lowering the suicide rate is prevention, including education about recognizing suicidal behavior and improving support resources for those who are at risk.

Virtual Critical Incident Response During COVID-19

Virtual options for critical incident response services during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Refocusing at Work after COVID-19

Your workday may not look the same as it did before COVID–19. Here are some ideas for help you to return to the workplace.

Coping with Reintegration


Coping with Quarantine, Tip #4