CCS is available for residents who are struggling

JOHN DAY – Community Counseling Solutions issued a release yesterday, reminding folks of the services they offer, especially during challenging times. Find the release in full below:

(From Community Counseling Solutions)

“As Oregon transitions through the stages of reopening Community Counseling Solutions understands that many people in the counties we serve continue to struggle with mental, emotional and physical challenges as a result of COVID-19. In a continuing effort to best serve Grant, Wheeler, Gilliam and Morrow Counties we want our friends and neighbors to know:

 Our clinics have remained open and are carefully following guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to meet our customer’s needs during these challenging times.

 We can meet you at home using telehealth tools if you need services but are concerned about traveling in.

 Our Front-Line Program is offering up to four free Counseling sessions to paid or volunteer Medical Staff and First Responders working in the counties we serve without any need of formal assessment or diagnosis.

 The David Romprey Warmline (800-698-2392) offers a peer-run program that is free of charge to anyone needing to talk.

 Our website has free information related to NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) including Tips for Staying Healthy During COVID-19 Outbreak, and a Resource Guide for a variety of services offered locally and State/Nationwide.

With offices located in Arlington, Boardman, Heppner, John Day, Condon and Fossil, Community Counseling Solutions remains dedicated to providing dynamic, progressive and diverse supports to improve the well-being of our communities.”