If you're concerned about the safety of children online or at home, check out these weekly webinars from the Child Advocacy Center.
Our YouTube channel contains videos with accurate health information, exercise videos to keep you moving indoors, and messages from local nurses and Urgent Care providers about guidelines for visiting the doctor, urgent care, or hospital facilities during this time, as well as mental health resources. It will be updated regularly.
We also have a health resources page available here.
If you are experiencing violence in your home, Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes is here for you. Call their hotline 1-800-247-7273 or visit their website for help.
Family Counseling of the Finger Lakes is providing tele-counseling (online or over the phone) to help with mental health needs. Visit their website or call (315) 789-2613 to make an appointment.
Finger Lakes Health has a COVID-19 hotline available Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm. Staffed by nurses, this hotline can answer your questions about the virus. (315) 787-5110
Finger Lakes Community Health is still providing a full range of services. They ask that you not come to the office if you are experiencing any symptoms of respiratory illness, but call (315) 781-8448 for instructions and assistance.
Thousands of therapists have signed up to offer free emotional support to New Yorkers who are struggling with the mental health impact of this pandemic. Call the state's hotline at (844) 863-9314 to get free emotional support, consultations and referrals to a provider.