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Crisis Hotline

iggyshotthebear

Registered Member
If you know someone that needs this please pass it on!!!!

My husband and I are extremely fortunate to have power back on at
phone lines! We also have united healthcare as our insurance
provider and they mass messaged anyone with it this:
EVERYONE is free to use this service!

UnitedHealth Group Opens Crisis Hotline in Wake of Hurricane





UnitedHealthcare, in conjunction with LifeEra and Optum, has opened
a crisis hotline to help individuals in Gulf Coast states impacted
by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina to help them cope with the
emotional aftermath of this traumatic event. While these services
are routinely available to UnitedHealthcare customers, the hotline
set up for Hurricane Katrina is designed to address the needs of all
residents affected by the hurricane.



Callers can speak with counselors to help them handle the difficult
emotions they may experience, such as stress, anxiety and the
grieving process. Callers also may receive referrals from a national
database of community resources to help them with specific concerns,
such as financial and legal issues.



Callers who may have suffered physical trauma or symptoms will be
transferred to a nurse who will be able to provide health education
and decision support regarding the need for medical treatment.



Internet resources are available through www.liveandworkwell.com.



The toll-free crisis hotline number is (866) 615-8700. It will be
open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for as long as necessary. The
service is free of charge.
 
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