Kansas Resource Guide for COVID-19

Kansas: Stronger Together

With an overwhelming amount of information related to COVID-19 available in the news and on social media, it is important to stay informed using trusted and reliable sources. Sharing accurate and timely information and resources can alleviate stress and anxiety and reduce the spread of misinformation.

This Kansas Resource Guide for COVID-19 is meant to share accurate information and resources for the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of Kansas citizens. It is a result of a collaborative effort between state agencies such as the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Kansas Department of Agriculture, and the Kansas Division of Emergency Management. This resource guide can be shared with state, local, or community partners to increase both knowledge and availability of resources and services during COVID-19.

In this guide you will find information and resources related to various topics, like: COVID-19, Mental Health, Substance Use, Anti-Violence, Parenting, Household, Agriculture, Information, and Business and Legal.

If you have questions or feedback about the resource guide please email. For general questions about COVID-19 call the KDHE Hotline at 1-866-534-3463, M-F 8:30 am - 5:30 pm, Sat. 10 am - 2 pm, and Sun. 1-5 pm.


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Print Media Toolkit

The PRINT Media Toolkit files are designed to be printed and distributed, mailed, or displayed where people in the community gather.

Businesses such as gas stations and grocery stores, schools, child-care centers, libraries or community centers, places of worship, funeral homes, doctors’ offices, etc. Keep in mind places to reach specialized populations, such as families, pet owners, or farmers.

The use of these files are unrestricted, download, print, and share at will.

Social Media Toolkit

The files in the SOCIAL Media Toolkit are to be used only for virtual outreach, and are not designed to be printed. These files can be uploaded/shared on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, etc, or shared electronically via email or messaging system.

The purpose of these files is to share the information and resources available to Kansans. These files can be posted alone, or as supplemental information to your group or organization’s message.

The use of these files are unrestricted, download, post, and share at will.