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ISK has teamed up with community partners to embrace our county and offer support and resources for staying safe, healthy, resilient, and hopeful during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

It’s perfectly normal to experience mental and emotional distress during and after a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. You’re having a normal reaction to an abnormal situation.

These reactions might include:

  • mood swings
  • feeling helpless
  • lack of energy
  • confusion
  • anger
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • eating or sleeping too much

If you’re having a hard time getting through the day, thinking of hurting yourself or someone else, or using harmful substances to cope:

Call (269) 381-HELP (4357) for emotional support or crisis intervention. Caring listeners are available 24/7/365 | FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL

For information about local resources (like housing and utility assistance, food pantries, non-crisis mental health services, and more), DIAL 2-1-1

For more information or to use online chat, visit the Gryphon Place website:

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ISK CARES: Coping in Crisis

We’ve compiled a collection of tips and support for coping with grief, anger, anxiety, returning to work, and more.

THANK YOU to all the ISK staff, healthcare workers, family, friends, and neighbors who shared messages of hope in this video!

Click here for a list of helplines:

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Questions or Suggestions? Contact us at: 

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