Reach Out: Mental Health Crisis Hotlines Available for Local Community
Carol McCarthy | Mar 25, 2020 AT 7:47 am
DETROIT LAKES, MN--Maintaining mental health is important during these days of the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing and self-quarantining. There are mental health resources available locally as a couple of agencies offer free assistance to those experiencing a mental health crisis. assistance to those experiencing a mental health crisis.
Folks in Becker County/White Earth Nation have access to teams 24/7 through Mobile Crisis Services which can be accessed by calling 218-850-HELP (4357).
Lutheran Social Service also has mental health support available if you feel stress or anxiety about your health, finances, job situation and your families. LSS offers professional mental health counselors who offer strategies to manage stress and anxiety to help maintain your health and well-being. Counseling support is available in-office or via tele-health from your computer. For more information on mental health services through Lutheran Social Service, call 1-888-881-8261, or visit WWW.LSSCOUNSELING.ORG