If you were impacted by Iowa's 2011 floods, you maybe experiencing sadness or stress. This is normal. And sometimes these feelings can be overwhelming. If you or your family need help, Project Recovery Iowa is here for you.
What is Project Recovery Iowa?
Project Recovery Iowa is helping Iowans impacted by the 2011 natural disasters. Services are provided by mental health professionals in your area. Our counselors can provide you with needed support during your recovery process and help you to regain a sense of control over your life.
Counseling through Project Recovery Iowa is …
- Free and Confidential.
- Anonymous. Crisis counselors do not label or diagnose people. No records are kept. In some cases, survivors may need additional long-term services. If so, the crisis counselor can make a referral to appropriate resources to help you.
- Referrals Provided. If you need additional long-term services, counselors can refer you to the appropriate resources.
- Nontraditional. Counseling sessions can take place in homes or community settings rather than in offices or clinics.
- Community Based. Crisis counseling is designed to help you take advantage of support systems already in place: family, friends and community resources. Counselors can also help you access other services and agencies for additional types of disaster assistance.
Call the Iowa Concern Hotline at 1-800-447-1985
Confidential counseling is available 24/7.
This program is funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.