Young adults with chronic and complex diseases face systemic barriers, care fragmentation, and increased vulnerabilities . Novel coronavirus pandemic has proven to further complicate care coordination for young adult patients with medical and psychosocial complexities . The BRIDGES Young Adult Program at Boston Children's Hospital has 6 years of experience advocating for and empowering young adults with chronic medical conditions, and their families, through outpatient consults aimed to assist with subspecialty guidance and defragmentation of care during the time of transition from pediatric to adult care . Recently, the BRIDGES consult team developed a pandemic-responsive approach to facilitate individual emergency planning and empowerment of self-management for these high-risk patients . Through the use of a virtual platform, consults were conducted with a multidisciplinary team to support patients and families with system navigation, advance care planning, emergency preparedness, chronic care management, and coping during this time of crisis . BRIDGES aimed to equip patients and families with knowledge and resources, within a rapidly changing environment, to allow for optimal self-care and self-advocacy.