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Norwalk Reflector - 3/31/2020

Mar. 31--The COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak and associated safety measures can impact your mental health. It's normal to feel stressed, anxious or overwhelmed when things are uncertain or seem unsafe. You are not alone, and support and help are available to assist you in this challenging time.

If you experience feelings of depression, anxiety, stress or any other strong emotions for which you need support, call the Huron County Support Line at 567-560-3600. The Huron County Support Line is a free, non-judgmental, non-emergency support line available to every person in the county. Individuals can call to get support and learn about available mental health and recovery resources. The Support Line is staffed by behavioral health professionals 7 days per week from 8 a.m. -- 10 p.m. You can also text 741 741.

Community behavioral health agencies continue to operate and are now offering services over the internet or phone for all individuals throughout Huron County. If you are in need of services, contact: Family Life Counseling 567-560-3584, Firelands Counseling 419-663-3737 or Rigel Recovery Services 567-280-4023.

If you are experiencing a mental health related crisis, contact the crisis hotline at 800-826-1306.

For up to date information on the coronavirus, visit or call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH. For information and resources specific to Huron County, visit


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