A list of people, places and things to help San Diego live through and recover from the wildfires.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Emotional support extended

Posted @ 6:01 PM

If you're having trouble coping with the inevitable emotional consequences of the wildfires, you can call the free Help Line. It's staffed by experienced master's-level specialists who are ready to assist with your personal concerns.

Open 24 hours a day, the toll-free Help Line -- (866) 342-6892 -- is routinely available to UnitedHealth cq Group customers but, just as it was made available to victims of Katrina and other hurricanes, the Virginia Tech shootings and the Minneapolis bridge collapse, it is now available to Southern Californians experiencing the difficult emotions they may experience from the stress, anxiety and grieving process following the wildfires.

Go to liveandworkwell.com for more resources and information.


-- L. Sullivan

1 comment:

MJ said...

i am trying to find where I can leave cannned goods....MJ