Warner Park’s Approach To COVID-19
At Warner Park Recovery, we are doing everything we can for our recovery community to ensure that our clients get the attention and support that’s needed during this chaotic time. WPRC is committed to staying fully operational and keeping our doors open for those struggling with substance abuse and mental illness. Our incredible staff is working together to ensure the safety of our clients, closely monitoring the guidance of local health officials and the CDC, and ultimately doing what we do best; caring for and treating our clients.
Although we’re being encouraged to isolate and socially distance ourselves, if you need help, this is a safe place to come too.
Isolation can be detrimental to one’s emotional state. If you’re feeling anxious and overwhelmed, you’re not alone. COVID-19 has raised uncertainty and anxiety around the globe. If you are struggling with mental health due to the Coronavirus pandemic, here are some tips you can utilize to get through this difficult time:
- Limit your activity on social media platforms and news that you read
- Stay connected with your loved ones
- Meditate in a quiet room
- Exercise at home
- Reach out for help
Now, more than ever, WPRC feels that it is necessary that we are readily available to those seeking help. Call us at 1-866-623-6905 or visit us at www.warnerparkrecovery.com. We are always here for you.