Community Care Resources

Local & National Care Resources are available for those in the Charlottesville, VA Counter-Protest who are experiencing distress, emotional pain, grief, and trauma in the aftermath of the violence. Below are details about how you can help (locally & at a distance), how you can access help (locally & nationally/in-person & remotely) as well as some basic tools and resources for care at home to begin to heal individually and communally after the events of August 11th & 12, 2017. 


Local Intake/Referral Line for Mental Health Resources: (434) 227-0641

Free and affordable short-term counseling: www.helphappenshere.org 


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ACCESS HEALING SUPPORT THROUGH THE REMOTE HEALERS & CLERGY TRIAGE PROVIDER NETWORK

There are healers, spiritual care providers, pastoral care providers and therapists all across the country who are offering pro bono support via phone and video conference to those who need someone to listen from a distance. This can be a helpful bridge to accessing in-person or longer term care -- just to have someone to listen from the comfort of your own home. Please click on the link below to connect with our intake form for remote support. Someone from the Healers & Clergy Triage Provider Network will be in touch once they have matched you with a care provider. 

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OFFER HEALING SUPPORT REMOTELY THROUGH THE HEALERS & CLERGY TRIAGE PROVIDER NETWORK 

If you are a provider of spiritual or emotional care and you would like to offer your time and services pro bono to support activists impacted by the Charlottesville, VA counter-protest please click on the link below to fill out our provider intake form. You will then be added to the Healers & Clergy Triage Provider Network listing and be contacted when a person in need is matched with you for care. Thank you for caring and being willing to offer up your time to support others!

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IMMEDIATE RESOURCES & LOCAL CARE 

It is hard to know what to do or how to get help following traumatic events. There are things you can do from home to begin that process as well as providers in the local Charlottesville, VA area willing to offer pro bono services to walk you through this process dealing with the distress of the counter-protest events. Click on the link below for a current listing of providers in the area offering pro bono services (updated regularly) as well as some tools you can access at home to begin this healing journey. 


CHARLOTTESVILLE COMMUNITY CARE PRACTICES VIDEO SERIES

INTRODUCTION

3-PART BREATH

BODY SCAN

COMMUNICATION