Volunteer or get help: http://Tinyurl.com/bmpghelps/
Belmont Helps Covid19 Resource Guide: https://tinyurl.com/fasthelpbelmont/
A group of belmont residents have formed to create Belmont Helps. Belmont Helps is a grass roots effort formed to help connect neighbors during this difficult time. Follow the links below for helpful information:
BE WITH BELMONT
Support the Local Businesses: www.bewithbelmont.com
Below are several sources of help and information.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency dial 911.
Emotional Support and Anxiety Hotlines
- 800-985-5990 - Disaster Relief Hotline - 24-hour national hotline for emotional distress crisis counseling including relating with Covid-19. This is toll-free, multilingual, and confidential.
- 800-985-5990 or by texting TalkWithUS to 66746 - SAMHSA Disaster Distress Helpline. Get support regarding your anxiety or stress by speaking to a trained counselor.
- Text "Home" to 741741 - Texting Hotline for Emotional Distress when you are feeling depressed, sad, or going through any kind of emotional crisis, a crisis worker will text you back immediately.
- 800-799-7233 - Domestic Violence Hotline - 24-hour national hotline. When survivors are forced to stay in the home or in proximity to their abuser, it can create circumstances where their safety is compromised.
- 800-632-8188 Parents Helping Parents can offer support. Parental stress line counselors are still there to listen to your concerns and problem-solve with you. 24-7, free and confidential.
|Belmont Food Pantry|
The Belmont Food Pantry will be open to ALL Belmont residents to distribute food on Saturday, March 21st starting at 8:30 a.m. with special limitations. Food donations can also be dropped off at the Belmont Food Pantry on Saturday from 10:00-11:00 am.
|Belmont Housing Authority|