Feeling isolated or anxious? We can help.
If you or someone you know is feeling isolated, anxious or depressed – our licensed mental health therapists are here to help during COVID-19.
Contact our Central Intake lines.
- These are uncertain times, and the social and emotional impact of this pandemic cannot be easily measured. Many of the activities and coping strategies that help people in times of stress are no longer available.
- Schools and workplaces aren’t available as a break from difficulties at home, or as places to connect with peer support.
- People can’t connect in person with their faith communities to support their spiritual well-being.
- Cultural and sporting events have been cancelled, eliminating opportunities for leisure activities and distraction.
While COVID-19 has changed our world, The Family Partnership’s mental health services are still here for children, adults, couples and families.
Our licensed therapists are available for confidential telemedicine for anyone seeking help and support. If you are feeling isolated, you do not have to be alone.
To connect with one of our therapists call our Central Intake Lines:
English/ Español: 612-728-2061
To learn more about our Mental Health services watch this short video.
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