In an effort to help anyone experiencing anxiety, stress, or emotional issues due to the coronavirus, help is coming. The Health and Human Services Commission Disaster Behavioral Health Services are awarding a grant to MHMR Services for the Concho Valley.

This grant will fund a Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program called 'Texans Recovering Together' to help residents living in Coke, Concho, Crockett, Irion, Reagan, Sterling and Tom Green counties recover from the COVID pandemic.

The free services include:

Crisis counseling from CC trained outreach workers accessed via the HHSC COVID Mental Health Support Line 833-986-1919 and/or the local Crisis Hotline 325-653-5933.

Highly specialized outreach to the Concho Valley, offering support and psychological first aid to anyone living in the Concho Valley.

Connecting individuals to community resources.

If you need help managing your thoughts and anxiety about the pandemic, reach out. All of these services are confidential and free of charge to individuals who call the hotline. Help is just a phone call away at 325-653-5933.

For more information, contact Nancy Woods Hernandez, Community Relations Manager at 325-658-7750 or by email at

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