Physical and Emotional Health Resources
Below, you will find information that you can share with your children to help them maintain their health and emotional wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back regularly, as more resources will be added!
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Shelley Wood, Mental Health Liaison for Humphreys County Schools, is available for consultation. Appointments can be set up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by text to 931-265-5789. This service is free of charge and available to all families in Humphreys Co. during this time.
If you feel like you are experiencing a mental health crisis, there are trained counselors available 24/7 ready to talk to you! You can call 855-274-7471, or text TN to 741741
Wondering if you need therapy? Check out this self-screening tool at
If you are in need of therapy, Centerstone is providing teletherapy. Just call 615-446-3797 to schedule an intake. Centerstone takes most types of insurance, but if you are unable to pay, Tennessee has Executive Order 20, which expanded telehealth capabilities for providers. A behavioral health safety net is also available to assist Tennesseans age 18 and older at or below 138% of the federal poverty level, as well as, the uninsured with no means to pay.
If your child is experiencing a psychiatric emergency like bizarre behavior, disorientation, confusion, hallucinations, is suicidal, or out-of-control, call the Tennessee Crisis Hotline at 866-791-9221.
Adults may call 855-274-7471.
If it is an emergency, call 911!
Health & Wellness
Physical Activity, Nutrition, Healthy Sleep...
Check out these websites with a variety of health and education related resources, including coronavirus information!
Alliance for a Healthier Generation
How to Help Your Teenager Manage Stress During COVID-19 Pandemic
Tips from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health on helping your teen adjust to their "new normal" amidst school closures, cancellations, and social distancing.
Meditation and Mindfulness Resources
During challenging times, it isn't enough to just look after ourselves. We must also look after others. That's what it means to be "calm together."
Click on this link to find meditations, sleep stories, movement exercises, journals and soothing music to bring you and your loved ones peace.