The COVID-19 ​pandemic and its impact on our daily lives is rapidly evolving. ​Below are some resources and guidance to help dentists navigate this unprecedented time for their practices, staff, and patients. 

ADA COVID-19 Resources

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ADA COVID-19 Related Webinars

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RI Department of Health Resources

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RI Department of Labor and Training
A guide for yourself and your employees regarding assistance available through state programs

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RI Department of Health
For the latest Rhode Island specific COVID-19 Information visit the Department of Health's disease website

RI DOH Disease Website
​Instructions for Filing Unemployment
If you are closed your employees and perhaps yourself can collect unemployment insurance from the state of RI.

Instructions for filing due to COVID-19
RI Division of Taxation
This page is intended to provide information and updates related to COVID-19's effects on taxation.

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Mental Health Resources

We understand that the unknowns surrounding the coronavirus can cause additional stress and mental fatigue for dental professionals who already experience a high amount of stress and fatigue on a daily basis. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued guidance on managing stress and anxiety, which can be found here:

The National Institute of Mental Health is another helpful resource during this rapidly evolving situation.

Prevent Overdose RI has resources to help you, your family, and your loved ones to stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak:

RI Physicians Health Program
Physician Health Committee is a standing peer review committee of the Rhode Island Medical Society. The Committee provides ongoing oversight to program staff responding to physician health issues, such as medical illnesses (for example, neurological disorders), substance use and psychiatric disorders, as well as coping with stress and burnout.