People with kidney disease are at higher risk for Coronavirus illness.  Because of this increased risk for kidney patients, it is especially important for you to take actions to reduce your risk of exposure. Here you will find many links to patient-specific resources related to COVID-19, you can also look under the Trusted Partners site for patient-specific organizations.

Online and National Peer Support (October 14, 2020)

Multiple Ways to Connect With Others During COVID-19 (October 14, 2020)

Keeping Safe: Stopping the Spread of COVID-19 (August 8, 2020)

Six Tips to Maintain Mental Well-Being during Covid-19

Where to Find Credible Information about the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

30 COVID-19 Frequently Asked COVID-19 Questions

5 Urgent Reminders about Coronavirus for Dialysis Patients (Spanish)

Traveling To and From Dialysis Safely (Spanish)

What Your Dialysis Facility Is Doing to Keep You Safe

Dialysis Specific Resources for Basic Needs

Be Empowered to Speak Up About Infection Prevention     

Telemedicine Made Easy-Tips for Patients

Frequently Asked Questions about Transplant and COVID-19

Conversation Starters to Prevent Infection at the Dialysis Clinic

Prevention Tips Video for Older Adults to Protect Against COVID-19

Sticking to a Healthy Lifestyle in Quarantine

Coping with Stress and Anxiety During Coronavirus

Coronavirus and Kidney Patients Webinar

Coronavirus and Transplant Patients: Get the Facts, Save a Life

Dialysis Provider Helpline Numbers for Patients

American Renal Associates (ARA): 888.880.6867
Dialysis Care Center Patient Helpline: 844.466.3436
Dialysis Clinic, Inc (DCI): 866.424.1990
DaVita: 800.400.8331
Fresenius: 800.626.1297
Satellite Healthcare: 650.830.7954
SAMHSA – Disaster Distress Helpline: 800.985.5990
US Renal Care: 866.671.8772
Veteran Disaster Relief Hotline: 800.507.4571