Get help coping with COVID stress

Jul 30, 2020

Since the start of the pandemic, worries about finances, education, health, and family can feel overwhelming. Everyone could use emotional support from someone trained to help. Volunteer counselors are ready to respond to your text — for many cell phone plans, the text is free. Additional tips and resources are available on the Crisis Text Line website to help you live a stronger life during these uncertain times.

Find help during these uncertain times

Text with a trained volunteer counselor

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