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County Expands Programs to Help Local Businesses and Residents

The Two River Times

Garden centers, mental health hotlines and voter registration deadlines were all topics of conversation during the freeholders’ press conference last Thursday, highlighting the county’s latest efforts to support its businesses and residents during the coronavirus pandemic…

…The county announced the opening of a mental health hotline which launched Monday. The project is a collaboration among the freeholders, Monmouth ACTS and the Mental Health Association (MHA) of Monmouth County. The hotline is currently staffed by 55 volunteer health care psychology professionals, said Sue Kiley, freeholder deputy director. The hotline is meant for anyone who feels they need help getting through this crisis, including emergency personnel.

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