COVID-19 Community and Household Resources


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) have many resources available for citizens to learn more about the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. COVID-19 is a respiratory disease that was first detected in China and has now been detected in many locations internationally, including the United States. The symptoms may appear 2 – 14 days after exposure and may include a fever, cough and shortness of breath.

To make all currently available information easy for our citizens to access, please click the following links for information related to COVID-19 preparation and community resources:

COVID-19 Community and Household Preparation: 

COVID-19 VDDHH Resources:

COVID-19 CCPS Community Resources: 

  • Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) Community Resources
  • Chesterfield County Public Schools Call Center - Call CCPS - 804-639-8689

    Chesterfield County Public Schools has launched Call CCPS in an effort to continue to support Chesterfield County students and families with their needs related to academics, technology and social and emotional questions. The new call center will also help connect families with community resources they may need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Call CCPS will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Friday, June 12. Chesterfield County Public Schools families can call 804-639-8689 for support. Translation support will be available immediately in Spanish, or within a short period of time in other languages through the school division’s language line support program. 

COVID-19 and Access to the Internet:

COVID-19 Family and Parent Resources: 

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Mental Health and Coping

Mental Health Support Services Phone Numbers

Mental Health Support Services (MHSS) is here for you and your loved ones during this unprecedented time. Please reach us by calling:

  • Department Line (804) 748-1227 – For general questions regarding MHSS programs and services.
  • Main Intake Line (804) 768-7318 – For anyone who would like to begin receiving MHSS services or who would like to gather information and advice on behalf of another.
  • 24/7 Crisis Intervention Line (804) 748-6356 – For individuals experiencing a psychiatric emergency.

Kelly Fried, Director of Mental Health Support Services for Chesterfield County, shared important information and tips for staying mentally healthy during her Tuesday, April 7 interview with John Reid of WRVA.  

Kelly Fried, Director of Mental Health Support Services for Chesterfield County, joined Stephanie Clark on WRWK 98.9 FM The Work on Monday, April 20, to talk about staying mentally healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.