Print Friendly, PDF & Email

COVID-19 Resources in Wisconsin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The spread of COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving situation. Continue to check the CDC website for up-to-date information and guidance.

For the most current information about COVID-19, please follow CDC on social media and sign up for the newsletter  to receive weekly emails about the COVID-19 outbreak.

Advocate Aurora Health Resources

Our online COVID-19 Symptom Checker is the best way for patients to find the care they need. By answering a few simple questions, they’ll quickly learn what they need to do next – from seeing a provider with a video visit – 24/7 – to contacting their doctor.

The Advocate Aurora Health LiveWell app offers virtual appointments and virtual visits with physicians 24-hours a day.

The Advocate Aurora Health COVID-19 Resource Center in English and Spanish provides the most up-to-date information, tools and resources, including the policies for visiting patients in our hospitals, a COVID-19 Symptom Checker, CDC resources, ways you can donate, volunteer and help—and more.

Advocate Aurora Health Flyers and Graphics to Share

E-Newsletters to Share

Resiliency Resources

I am interested in resources on resiliency, health and well-being, including breathing exercises, meditation resources and online workouts. Click here.

Resources to help me, my family and community

I am interested in resources to help me and my family, including information on educational resources for my kids, childcare and social services. Click here.

Recorded Webinars

I am interested in webinars that address COVID-19. Click here.

Mental Health Resources

I am experiencing stress and anxiety. I would like to talk with someone or find out more about mental health resources. Click here.

Religious and Spiritual Resources

I am interested in resources on safely reopening, livestream worship services, online sermons, prayers, blessings and other religious and spiritual resources. Click here.

I am a faith leader and need resources to support my ministry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here.

Funeral and Bereavement Resources

Funeral Resources

There have been questions about the safety of holding funerals. With the rapidly changing guidance about physical distancing and many communities implementing “shelter in place” orders, holding funerals will be more difficult. The National Funeral Directors Association has regularly updated information regarding funerals and burials.

The Order of the Good Death also published information based on the CDC guidelines and other official, trusted sources. Find their materials here.

A Guide to Christian Funerals and Burials during COVID-19 (WI Council of Churches, adapted from MA Council of Churches)

Best Practices for Funerals During COVID-19 (UCC)

Gathering to Mourn at a Distance video with Heather Paul, hosted by Ritualwell

Making Funerals Meaningful in an Age of COVID-19 (Hospice Foundation of America)

Virtual Memory Circle: For Those Who Cannot Gather for a Funeral or Shiva from Ritualwell

Guidance for Funeral Practices: Ministering to the Bereaved During a Public Health Crisis.

COVID-19 Resources and Updates from Good Grief.  Includes information about funerals in a pandemic, tips for reducing isolation, supporting the bereaved during COVID-19 and more.

Remembering a Life offers resource to help plan a funeral during the COVID-19 pandemic, attend a funeral and ways to support friends and family when a funeral isn’t possible.

Legacy offers information on how to plan a funeral during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bereavement Resources

The Dougy Center offers a wide range of grief support resources for all age groups.

Remembering a Life offers resource to help plan a funeral during the COVID-19 pandemic, attend a funeral and ways to support friends and family when a funeral isn’t possible.

Center for Loss and Life Transition. Led by grief counselor and educator Dr. Alan Wolfelt, we are an organization dedicated to helping people who are grieving and those who care for them.

A joint project of Advocate Health Care & the OCEAN-HP at the University of Illinois at Chicago.