The Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) COVID-19 resource site has a page with information on post-COVID conditions.
Talk to a medical provider if you think you may have a post-COVID condition.
If you or your medical provider are looking for an outpatient clinic specializing in post-COVID conditions, refer to this list of current post-COVID clinics.
Need help finding health care? Call your county Information line 2-1-1 or visit 211ca.org
Want to talk to a provider without leaving home? Ask your provider about telehealth. Learn more about how to use telehealth.
Support and patient advocacy groups for people with post-COVID conditions include: Body Politic, Survivor Corps, Long COVID Alliance, Long COVID Families, and Long COVID Kids.
See the CDC's webpage on Caring for People with Post-COVID Conditions for more resources, as well as CDC’s How Right Now support page.
Long COVID can be challenging for both people experiencing it and their loved ones and caregivers. Add mental health resources to your personal care toolbox.
Parents and educators concerned about children or students with long COVID should refer to resources from the US Department of Education.
Parents can get help at Parent Training and Information Centers (PTI) from the Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR) funded by the Office of Special Education Programs at the U.S Department of Education. Find contact information and locations of centers.
Read how ACL’s disability and aging networks can help people with long COVID.
Originally published on August 25, 2022