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Posted on: April 22, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Delaware County Releases List of Resources

April 22, 2020: Delaware County releases list of resources to help residents locate food and childcare locations, mental and spiritual health providers

  • The State is offering a new Spiritual Care Helpline- 717-303-3538
  • List of Food Pantries in Delaware County
  • Food Distribution Map
  • The Delaware County COVID-19 Telehealth Helpline is 24/7 Clinical and Certified Peer Specialist Support beginning Tuesday April 21 at 12pm: 855-464-9342- press 1 for a Mental Health Clinician, press 2 for a Certified Peer Specialist
  • Delaware County Crisis Connections Team is a 24/7 Mobile Mental Health Assessment in the home or community- 855-889-7827
  • Delaware County Child Care Providers are open for Essential Personnel. CLICK HERE to see the list of providers
  • Delaware County Ombudsman are available to resolve complaints and issues on behalf of individuals residing in long-term care settings, such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities and personal care homes- Available Monday- Friday 8:30am-4:30pm- 610-872-1868.
    • County contracted Mental Health Facilities concerns or complaints can call :610-713-2365 
    • County contracted Office of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (OIDD) Facilities concerns or complaints can call: 610-713-2400 
    • Magellan Health Services contracted facilities concerns or complaints can call: 1-888-207-2911

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