Feeling Stressed About Coronavirus ? There is Someone To Talk To Locally

Contact Richland County Mental Health Services and Recovery Services Board

Richland County Mental Health Available 24 Hours if you need someone to talk to if you are feeling stressed and concerned with what is happening with the Coronavirus, locally and around the country.

Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services is staffing a Children and Family Assistance Line: 567-333-8455. This line will be to support parents who have become defacto teachers, youth that are having a hard time adapting to not seeing their peers, parent/child conflicts, parent emotional issues with being out of work, etc. This line will be available 8am to 11pm 7 days a week. Even those this line is being staffed by Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services, it is available to ALL Residents and not limited to just Family Life Clients. This is being added to the already existing: Crisis Help Line: 419-522-4357 (HELP), The Warm Line: 419-522-5300, the Crisis Text Line Text “4HOPE” to 741741. This adds an additional option and specific supports for family issues.

Executive Director Joe Trolian spoke with WMAN.

Here is the entire interview on our podcast.

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