health and safety at gmhcn
in the covid era
Updated January 25, 2022
The Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network has long recognized how deeply connected our mental health and physical health are, and how important it is for each of us to be able to reach our personal wellness and recovery goals.
The management team at GMHCN has been working diligently to respond to the ongoing and rapidly-evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in a way that protects public and personal health, while also providing the peer support that is critical to Georgia’s public behavioral health system, families, and communities.
With that in mind, GMHCN has adopted the following measures while following current guidelines from the CDC, the Georgia Department of Public Health, and the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities:
> Tucker Home Office GMHCN is operating the home office in Tucker in a limited capacity. Please consider emailing us directly.
> The Peer2Peer Warm Line will remain open 24/7/365, providing peer support over the phone. Support is available to all Georgians experiencing anxiety or stress, or who need support through the pandemic. Please call 888-945-1414 any time.
> Georgia’s Peer Support, Wellness, and Respite Centers are open and receiving respite guests, and providing wellness activities when and where we are able. Please call before visiting any Center to verify that they are able to welcome you at the time you wish to visit, as we are strictly observing social distancing guidelines and are only able to admit limited numbers of visitors depending upon the location and activity.
>Thank You We appreciate your patience as we work with our employees, allies, and community partners to respond to the Coronavirus. We encourage you to stay connected, stay well, stay calm, and support your peers and neighbors when and how you are able.
#StayWell #StaySafe #StayConnected