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Community Counseling Clinic COVID-19 Operations Update

A Message From Our Clinic

In accordance with UNG’s policies and the Centers for Disease Control’s guidance, as of March 30th we will be converting all face-to-face services to virtual/phone meetings.

We alongside you, are processing through the uncertainty and risk this outbreak brings. Our primary goal at the UNG Community Counseling Clinic is care and prevention in all forms so for the collective health of you, your families, and our community, we will adhere to the requirements of social distancing.

Physical distance does not mean we need to remain socially isolated. In fact, individuals, families, and communities can maintain the one thing we all need right now, social connection!

We are available as usual, through email and will continue to monitor our phones, and provide support to clients and community organizations via phone calls. Please continue to call and listen to our most recent voice message, as well as our automatic response via e-mail. A staff member will return your call or e-mail within 72 hours. If you would like help exploring referrals or resources, please let us know if we can be of assistance.

Best,
UNG Community Counseling Clinic

Emergency?

If you or a loved one finds yourself in a crisis, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room of your choice.

Experiencing Symptoms

If you or a loved one believe that you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, contact your primary care doctor, an urgent care clinic, or your local federally qualified healthcare center.

Please do not show up unannounced at an emergency room or health care facility.

Resources

Please use the resources listed and feel free to call if you need additional resources and referrals.

For immediate or crisis services, visit Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL)
1-800-715-4225

General support for caregivers at PCAGeorgia
1-800-CHILDREN (244-5373)

Find a federally qualified health center though the Georgia Family Healthline
1-800-300-9003

Assistance with essential community services (finding food, paying bills, etc)
Dial 211

Food insecurity and meal services through Feeding America

Online Access to unemployment services through the Georgia Department of Labor 


The Division of Family and Children’s Services (DFCS) encourages families to access self-service options online during this period.

Self-service options include:

 

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