Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Agencies offer support services

Tristate reacts to war

Catholic Social Services of Northern Kentucky is offering counseling and support group services. Call (859) 581-8974.

Clermont Counseling Center in Milford and Amelia is offering crisis counseling. Call 947-7000.

Jewish Family Service in Blue Ash offers counseling and hosts the Military Support Group the second Wednesday of each month for families and friends of U.S. military personnel. Call 469-1188.

Mental Health Association of the Cincinnati Area has resources for referrals to counseling agencies. Call 721-2910, ext. 15.

Talbert House is distributing a tip sheet for parents, teachers and others on helping kids cope with disaster. Call 281-CARE.

The American Red Cross will distribute disaster preparedness brochures and help with questions about the war and anxiety through the hot line at 579-3044.

Janinne Thompson

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