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Help, Support, Prevention

Our job as a board is to ensure the residents of Warren & Clinton Counties have the strong services they need to treat and recover from mental illness and addiction. Explore our website for places to turn, as well as resources to learn about mental illness, addiction, and ways to support family and friends in treatment.

trauma and racism

Statement of Community Support

The MHRBWCC Board of Directors recently approved a Statement of Community Support in response to the trauma of racism and civil unrest surrounding the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd. Read the statement here.

coronavirus

Important information about Coronavirus

Get help for mental health, stay physically healthy and prepare your home and family with these suggestions. Also, what to do if you are sick.

COVID-19 Resources

If you have an invoice for MHRB, please email it to invoices@mhrbwcc.org

 

Check Up from Neck Up

Take an anonymous screening

Think that "blue feeling" is hanging around too long? Answer a few questions and get some suggestions on steps to take.

Take an Assessment

MHRS podcast

Check out our podcast!

MHRBWCC has started a new podcast featuring stories and information about various mental health and addiction issues. We'll post new episodes periodically. You can also subscribe on iTunes podcasts!

Listen to the newest episode

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Crisis Text Line

This free, confidential service is available to anyone with a mobile device. Text "4hope" to 741741 to get started.

Recent Blogs

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suicide prevention for older adults

August 27, 2020

I was 10 years old when my paternal grandfather died. He was the only grandfather I'd known, since my mom's dad died when she was just 14 or 15. But I digress. My grandmother grieved as any spouse would, and  the rest

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Back To School?

August 5, 2020

Right about now, parents and kids alike would be starting preparations for the first day of school. Or for some, maybe that school year would already be underway. Either way, parents might be rejoicing and kids - well,

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drinking and COVID-19

July 9, 2020

It had been a while since I saw a good friend of mine. The COVID-19 pandemic had kept us from visiting much except by phone or FaceTime, and even then it wasn't a lot. So, after a couple of months of this, I decided to

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