COVID-19 Resources



  • Suicide Prevention: For 24/7 lifeline 1-800-273-8255.
    • Free, confidential support for you or your loved ones


  • Support for anxiety or stress:
    • Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990 or texting TalkWithUS  to 66746.



  • Child Abuse/Neglect or Vulnerable Adult/Neglect: If you suspect abuse or neglect of a child or abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a vulnerable adult: 855-444-3911


  • Domestic Violence: For 24/7 helpline and emergency shelter please call 734-722-6800 or the National Domestic Violence hotline 800-799-7233


  • Sexual Assault: If you have been the victim of sexual assault/rape


Gleaners is partnering with The Guidance Center for a food distribution event on July 10, 24, August 7, 21, & September 4  at Walter White in River Rouge.


    • Fish & Loaves:
      • 734-442-0031
      • Need Food?
        • All income-eligible residents of Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Dearborn Heights, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, and Woodhaven, plus active members of all partner churches, are eligible to enroll at Fish & Loaves Community Pantry for free food assistance. Visits to the pantry are by advance appointment only.


    • Salvation Army:
      • Resources and programs are focused on helping people overcome the barriers to self-sufficiency. While the number of assistance programs from the Detroit area Salvation Army is wide-ranging, the services are flexible and can be individualized to the needs of each person.


    • Michigan 2-1-1:
      • Michigan 2-1-1 is an easy way to connect with help of all kinds, right in your community. Need help with food, housing, or paying bills? Need support in a family crisis or community disaster? We’re here for you. Any time. All the time. Just call, text, or search online and we’ll get you connected.






  • Wayne State University Support Hotline: 1-888-910-1636.
    • Geared toward health professionals and emergency response and law enforcement personnel.
    • Staffed Monday-Saturday 5 am to 9 pm (free and confidential)


  • Meditation, mindfulness, and sleep:


  • Essential Worker Child Care:








  • Stress and Coping about Coronavirus
    • The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children.
    • Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.



  • Preparing for a telehealth visit
    • Many mental health clinicians now offer appointments via video.
    • A video session allows you to access care even if you cannot visit your provider in person.