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Help 304

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Written by Legal Aid WV

12/17/2020

More and more resources are popping up to provide assistance to the public during the pandemic, here is one that was recently shared by the Family Resource Network of the Eastern Panhandle. This resource is a statewide resource.

Are you or your loved ones feeling anxious, overwhelmed or emotionally exhausted? First Choice Services has launched a new 24/7 emotional strength helpline called HELP304 to help navigate these uncertain and unprecedented times. Available via phone, text, or online chat, professional crisis counselors are trained to listen and help you find the way forward with stress-management strategies as well as community resources and referrals. Talk to someone who cares and can help today. Contact the helpline via phone or text at 877-HELP304 (877-435-7304) or online chat at https://www.help304.com.

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