The rapid spread of COVID-19 and social distancing measures are changing the way providers work across systems to provide needed mental health services. In the transition from face-to-face to remote communication, new challenges are cropping up. While much of evidence-base for telehealth services discusses best-practices, the context of the COVID-19 pandemic requires the adaptation of health practices for current circumstances of a remote workforce. This training for service providers across a variety of disciplines provides an interactive and engaging look at remote/telehealth services for consumers of mental health services. Participants explore some common barriers for effective services and numerous techniques, strategies, and practices that can facilitate engagement and treatment. Pandemic resiliency strategies will review ways to support high needs clients, online service fatigue, and complex multidisciplinary team dynamics.