A nation grieving and ready to act.
Together, we’ll find community in isolation and unite to demand a responsible, data-backed approach to pandemic prevention.
Committed to change and to each other.
Covid Survivors for Change is a non-partisan nationwide community of people who have been directly impacted by Covid. We share our stories, support each other, and advocate for a stronger pandemic response to save the lives of others.
Stories of a Movement
In Loving Memory of Mark Anthony Garcia, Much Missed By His Wife and Family After Passing From COVID
The Story of Carmen Serrano, Struggling to Heal After COVID-19
The Story of Annette ‘Greta’ Nolen-Dunigans, a COVID Long Hauler Praying For Her Symptoms to Subside
In Loving Memory of Martha Berumen, a Mother and Grandmother Gone Too Soon Due to COVID
In Loving Memory of Michael Eddie Suarez, a Much Missed Husband, Father, Grandfather, Son, Brother and Friend Lost to COVID
The Story of Saloni Kale, a COVID Long Hauler Coping With Post-COVID Anxiety Syndrome
The Story of Timmy Pusher, a COVID Survivor Still Recovering 1 Year Later
In Loving Memory of Jerah Caudill, a Beautiful, Caring Mother Gone Too Soon Due to COVID-19
Find healing in support groups with other Covid-19 survivors. Read up on public resources available to you.
Together, we share our stories in hopes that others can learn from them, and that our fellow survivors can find healing in knowing that they are not alone.
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Help stop this pandemic and prevent more people from experiencing the loss we know intimately.
Connect, Advocate, Respond, Empower.
Coronavirus jolted so many of us into an unknown place of loss, fear, and trauma. We’re here to work together to demand the change we need to end the pandemic and support its survivors.
Support survivors. Save lives.
This movement is about all of us. It’s about supporting everyone whose lives have been reshaped by the pandemic. It’s about lifting up the voices of those whose grief and loss is overwhelming, and helping them get the resources they need to keep going. It’s about demanding better of our elected officials, so that the next time a pandemic is on the horizon, we act as a nation led by science. Support our work to build a safer, kinder America.