- CVPH-UVM: Coronavirus Update
- Adirondack Health: Coronavirus Update
- Hudson Headwaters Health Network
- Elizabethtown Community Hospital
- Adirondack Health
- Alice Hyde Hospital
Mental Health & Counseling Resources:
- Mental Health Counseling, LMHC CASAC
- Behavioral Health Centers North (BHSN) - Clinton and Essex Counties
- NYS Office of Mental Health
- Champlain Valley Family Center - Clinton County
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
- Mental Health Association
- Conflict Resolution
- How to Deal with Stress Due to COVID-19
- Citizen Advocates
- Headspace and the Office of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that they have teamed up to offer free meditation and mindfulness content for all New Yorkers as a mental health resource. You can access a specially curated collection of science-backed, evidence-based guided meditations, along with at-home mindful workouts, sleep and kids content to help address rising stress and anxiety. Available at www.headspace.com/ny, the collection will also feature Headspace co-founder and former Buddhist monk Andy Puddicombe, who will share special video messages with the people of New York to help offer guidance, support and solidarity.
New York Sate Department of Health's Mental Health Resources.
- Child Care Coordinating Council - Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties
- Joint Council for Economic Opportunity (JCEO) - Clinton County
- Adirondack Community Action Program - Essex County
- If you need help buying food, SNAP can help!
- If you have lost work, SNAP can help buy the food you need.
- If you are over age 60 and need help buying food, SNAP can help.
TELE-Services: Need medical attention, but don't want to go out?
Citizen Advocates: Residents in northern New York can contact a Citizen Advocates Behavioral Health Clinic at a location nearest to them for tele-mental health services
- Malone: 518-483-3261
- Saranac Lake: 518-891-5535
- Massena: 315-764-8076
Individuals in crisis can utilize the Crisis & Recovery Center, 24/7, by calling 518-483-3261.
Guidance on Requiring Face Coverings for Employees
For all essential businesses or entities, any employees who are present in the workplace shall be provided and shall wear face coverings when in direct contact with customers or members of the public. Businesses must provide, at their expense, such face coverings for their employees. This provision may be enforced by local governments or local law enforcement as if it were an order pursuant to section 12 or 12-b of the Public Health Law.
This requirement shall be effective Wednesday, April 15 at 8 p.m.
For full guidance and clarification from the Department of Health, click here.
To read the Executive Order, click here.
For more information on other Coronavirus related issues, visit our home page HERE.
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