Resources for Mental Health
Child Guidance Center 203-324-6127will be offering all clients the option to continue services via tele-behavioral health for all current clients and will be able to offer intake assessments via telehealth for any new clients seeking mental health services for children and teens in this time of uncertainty, anxiety and fear.
Family Centers’ Mental Health Services Can be reached at 203-629-2822
Family Centers: For up to date information on Family Centers’ COVID-19 related service delivery changes can be found here: COVID-UPDATE
Jewish Family Services 203-622-1881 has moved all clinical services to Telehealth as of Monday 3/16/2020. We are actively intaking new clients in need of mental health services and will walk them through the Telehealth process to ensure the “next best thing” to in-person therapy sessions.
Kids in Crisis 24/7 helpline—203-661-1911—is available for 24 hour counseling, referral, guidance and support.
YWCA Domestic Abuse Services will operate remotely, as it always does during holidays and weather events, and anyone in crisis should call YWCA Greenwich Hotline at 203 622-0003 or the Connecticut SafeConnect Hotline to text or speak at 888 774-2900. All services (shelter, emergency response, counseling, safety planning, court services (while jury trials are suspended, TRO’s, custody orders, DV related procedures still happening), child counseling, civil legal services, financial coaching services. Counseling can be done over the phone or Skype) are available, confidential and free. Counseling can be done over the phone or Skype. Ifyou are in immediate danger, dial 911.