Alberta Lawyers' Assistance Society

Knowledge Hub


Welcome to our curated COVID-19 Collection. 

You can access our resources by any of the following:

Keeping Sane While Sheltering In Place – Ideas for You and your Family to Keep Busy and Stay Positive

Face Covid – How to Respond Effectively to the Corona Crisis – Dr. Russ Harris

Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Pandemic - World Health Organization

Managing Stress and Anxiety for COVID-19 - Center for Disease Control

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions - Law Society of Alberta

CBA Pandemic Resources - Canadian Bar Association

Wellness Webinar Series: Resiliency in Times of Uncertainty

Wellness Webinar Series: Working from Home: Fortify Your Core

Wellness Webinar Series:  Mindfulness in Turbulent Times

Coping with Anxiety During the Caronavirus Pandemic - Missouri Lawyers' Assistance Program

COVID-19 Resources - American Bar Association

“Psychology Works” Fact Sheet: Coping with and Preventing COVID-19 - The Canadian Psychological Association Fact Sheet

The Working Mind COVID-19 Self-care & Resilience Guide [DOWNLOAD] - Mental Health Commission of Canada

Working Mind Boosters - The Working Mind

Amid the Coronavirus Crisis, a Regimen for Reëntry - The New Yorker

Alberta Health Services Pandemic Preparation Guide with respect to Emotional Health - Alberta Health Services

Learn about the five signs of emotional distress: personality change, agitation, withdrawal, poor self-care and hopelessness ( and how you to take care of yourself and others during this challenging time:

For the recovery community:

A listing of Alberta meetings can be found at: If you are looking for the lawyers’ meeting, please call Assist’s Executive Director Loraine Champion at  or Brian Forbes at 1-877-498-6898.

For Stay-at-home families:

Help! I’ve got kids, what do I do? Tips for Parents Working from Home - CTV News

COMMENTARY: What I Kearned from Working at Home with Kids during Coronavirus Self-Isolation - Global News

16 Things to Do While the Kids Are Home - Psychology Today

Other Resources:

Take a Deep Breath - Calm

Tips for Managing Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic - The Globe & Mail

211 Information - Distress Centre

Anyone having thoughts of suicide should call Health Link at 811 or the Mental Health Help Line at 1-877-303-2642, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.