Mental Health and Substance Use during COVID-19

If you are struggling with difficult emotions during this time, you are not alone.  Here are some resources that may help:

During Immediate Risk of Suicide

  • Call 911
  • Go to the emergency room
  • Call Door County Crisis/Suicide Intervention Hotline: (920)746-2588

Phone contact for those needing emotional support

  • Call Door County DHHS, (920)746-7155 to request supportive contact from a therapist or case manager
  • MESH (Mental and Emotional Support Helpline), staffed by volunteers through  Door County Emergency Services Coalition; 920-421-9111 for Northern Door or 920-746-6927 for Central and Southern Door.
  •  KIND VOICE, staffed by volunteers, 7 days a week, 8am to 9pm, 800-876-2399

Information/Referrals

  • Text “Hopeline” to 741741
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8255
  • Trevor Project for LGBTQ+, 866-488-7386 or text “START” to 678678
  • National Veterans Support Line 800-273-8255 or text 838255
  • Domestic Violence Advocacy Services 24 Hour Hotline, HELP of Door County, 920-743-8818 or 800-914-3571
  • Mighty Teens Empowerment Door County, https://www.stridecreativedc.com/
  • Prevention Resources: “Door County Mental Wellness” and “Prevent Suicide Door County” – Find us on FaceBook.
  • Mental Health America, https://mhanational.org/
  • National Alliance on Mental Health, https://www.nami.org/Home
  • Wisconsin Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

Door County Health and Human Services and United Way sponsor Mike McGowan to help with mental health and substance use during COVID-19.

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:
Parenting Messages to our Children During Challenging Times - Mike McGowan

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:
Healthy Relationships and Communication for Door County - Mike McGowan

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:  
De-stressing Our Relationships

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:  
How To Talk To Your Parents About Their Drinking and Drug Use

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:
Are you concerned about a loved one’s drinking or drug usage?

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:
Do I Have a Drinking or Drug Problem?

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:
Addressing Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Door County Department of Health & Human Services, the United Way, and the Mental Health Focus Group:
Taking Care of the Caregivers