The following services are available     C-19 EMOTIONAL SUPPORT HOTLINE          (217) 653-0416 8 AM – 8 PM, 7 days a week  –  Use for  support or for help linking to needed mental health services SUICIDE PREVENTION & CRISIS LINE          (217) 222-1166 24 hours /day, 7 days per…

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While we are socially distancing, it is a great time to eat at home as a family.  Order carry-out or prepare a meal together as a family, then sit down together without distractions (no cell phones, no TV) and enjoy conversation.  Conversation should be light and fun.  Some ideas for conversation starters may include: If…

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Transitions is now providing mental health services face-to-face and also via videoconferencing.  You can easily access counseling/ therapy and psychiatric services from your home!  If you are struggling, call us! Mental health treatment works – approximately 80% of those who seek mental health treatment, get better.  If you are struggling with a life problem or…

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The Adams County Suicide Prevention Coalition (ACSPC) has placed decorative stones in parks in Quincy and in several communities in rural Adams County.  The stones are beautifully decorated with the semi-colon logo on one side and the National Suicide Prevention hotline number on the bottom.  Toni Taylor with Tiger Imagery painted the decorative stones.  …

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Camp Sacajawea, located at 4220 Ghost Hollow Road, provides nearly two miles of handicapped accessible trails.  The Camp is open from April through October   We rely on volunteers to assist us in making the Camp accessible to the public.  Volunteers unlock the gate to the parking lot in the morning and lock the gate at…

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Transitions has added substance use services to its array of services.  The agency is a licensed provider of substance use services and can assist those who are struggling with substance use and or addiction.  Both individual and group services are available.  We know that depression, anxiety and other emotional problems often accompany substance use and…

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