With COVID-19 changing our daily normal, APNC understands the stress and uncertainty we all are experiencing. Therefore, we have created a statewide resource guide to help us push through these transitional times as a community. We hope this guide helps ease some tension during this transition. This is a living, breathing document that will be updated as new resources become available.
This document includes hotlines; resources for recovery, mental health/substance use disorder, harm reduction and treatment; information about food, shelter, utilities, financial assistance, health services, family support, domestic violence/crisis services, transportation, business support and more.
Thank you to everyone who is providing virtual and vital resources that are helping to keep our community running! A special shout out to all our healthcare professionals and everyone who is making these services work.
APNC is acutely aware of the financial and service implications for addiction providers and clients during this time and is in constant communication with our state leaders to ensure they have an accurate representation of what is happening on the ground.
During this time particularly, we ask that you not only look out for loved ones and neighbors, but for yourself as well. We can get through this as a community. Support one another. Love one another. If you are able, please stay home. If you are not, please know the APNC team is here to help however we can. Please share your concerns and questions with us at email@example.com.
Statewide Resource Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dY8qZ76Lx1a3B5sG0LiYWuvXZfxBYy9Wl9yUIjra8m8/edit?usp=sharing