Allwell introduces COVID-19 stress line

| April 13, 2020

As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has continued to spread, it is common for people to feel strong and increased emotions including fear, anger, anxiety, depression, isolation, and confusion. Allwell Behavioral Health Services has created a confidential phone service for members of our community to process the emotions they may be experiencing.

The COVID Stress Line is provided by Allwell’s experts who are ready to listen, give advice, and resources to people in the community. Allwell Behavioral Health Services’ goal with the COVID Stress Line is to help the community feel better, give support to those in need, and get through this difficult time together. Allwell is committed to serving and supporting its community.

The COVID Stress Line is a free call for community members in Coshocton, Guernsey, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, and Perry counties. Allwell staff are available to answer calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For anyone needing to call for assistance, call the COVID Stress Line at 740-432-2377.

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