Getting Emotional Support During COVID-19
As a senior, your mental health is just as important as your physical health.
If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, isolation, or other problems due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial Senior Counseling Services wants to help.
Help for your mental health
If you’re dealing with any of the issues below, please call Memorial Senior Counseling Services:
- Being isolated from others
- Grieving the loss of a loved one
- No longer having a purpose
- Upset with health situation
- Increased anxiousness or constant worry
- Hopelessness or helplessness
- Loss of appetite
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Medication side effects
- Increased sadness
Your safety is our priority
We offer face-to-face clinical counseling while following CDC guidelines:
- Wearing masks
- Social distancing
It is important that you feel safe coming to Memorial Senior Counseling Services, so you can receive the emotional support you need.
Our team will coordinate your care with your primary care doctor to ensure you have everything you need for your physical and emotional health. We also offer:
- Licensed counselors
- Group and individual counseling
- Psychiatrist for medication management
What patients are saying
“My depression got worse because I couldn’t see or be around others. Group changes that.”
“I need to be around other people. Some react different than I do, but it’s a place to share, talk, and be heard.”
“I stayed in bed a lot, which hurt my back and depression got worse. Group gets me up in the mornings.”
We are here to help
If you want to learn more about Memorial Senior Counseling Services, please call (618) 257-5900 to find out how we can help you!