EFFECTIVE MARCH 20, 2020, AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, WABASHA COUNTY HAS DECLARED A HEALTH EMERGENCY DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS. FOR YOUR SAFETY, AND THE SAFETY OF OUR STAFF, WALK-IN APPOINTMENTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE. WE ARE STILL PROVIDING SERVICES AND THE MAJORITY OF OUR SERVICES CAN BE PROVIDED USING ALTERNATE CONTACT AND INTERVIEW METHODS. PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU CHOOSE TO ENTER OUR BUILDING FOR SERVICES, MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR YOUR PROTECTION AND THE SAFETY OF OUR STAFF. MASKS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE OR HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CALL US AT (651) 565-3351 OR USE OUR CONTACT FORM BELOW. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE TRY TO KEEP WABASHA RESIDENTS SAFE AND HEALTHY.
Mental Health Support Under COVID-19
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What We Do
Wabasha County Social Services administers programs that help individuals and families meet their basic needs, protect vulnerable adults and children, maximize independence and self-sufficiency, and promote the dignity, safety, and rights of those we serve.
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