Monmouth County Health Department Opens Phone Bank To Assist With COVID-19 Questions & Concerns

Monmouth County Health Department opens a phone bank to assist with COVID-19 questions & concerns

Monmouth County Health Department has opened a phone bank to respond to callers with questions or concerns about COVID-19. As you can imagine, many callers are experiencing increased anxiety, fear, and worry about COVID-19. There are Disaster Response Crisis Counselors (DRCCs) volunteering on the phone lines. The phone line is available from 9 AM – 8 PM.  732-845-2070. 

For other Coronavirus (COVID-19) questions, residents can call the health experts at the NJ Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. 

Also, AA meetings are being held online and can be found through the following link: 

Crisis Counselors are available via the Crisis Text Line: text SHARE to 741741.  They offer support through texting for those that are experiencing fear, stress, anxiety, depression, panic, and isolation.  They operate 24/7. 

Rutgers UBHC offers telephonic peer support lines.  They are a resource for individuals struggling with substance use, are in recovery, or need support and may feel isolated at this time.

  • New Jersey Peer Recovery 8 AM-8 PM on 3/26/20 the hours are being extended to 10 PM for individuals with substance abuse problems or those in recovery needing support: 1-833-422-2765
  • Vets4Warriors– 24/7 National Program for veterans who have served in wars-


  • Vet 2 Vet– any NJ veteran 24/7 1-866-838-7654
  • Mom2Mom-mothers with special needs children 8 AM-8 PM -1-877-914-6662
  • Care2Caregiver– with family members who are caring for a family member with memory loss, Alzheimer’s, dementia, or a related disorder 8 AM-8 PM 1-800-424-2494
  • Cop2Cop– 24/7 law enforcement officers 1-866-267-2267
  • Worker2Worker for DCP and P workers 8AM-8PM-1-855-327-7482
  • Aid NJEA– school staff members and their families Monday-Thursday 12 PM – 8 PM; Fridays 12 PM – 6 PM 1-866-243-6532

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