Community Resources

Now, more than ever, we all need a helping hand. Please reach out to the organizations listed below — you do not need to be a client or member at any of the organizations to ask for help. Demand is very high, so expect to wait, leave your name and phone number and call back again if you don’t hear back. Helping Our Women staff can help follow-up your inquiry, but most of these agencies want to hear directly from you.

It’s okay to ask for help –  We are all in this together!

Check Out the Provincetown COVID-19 Resource Guide

  • Calmer Choice Resource Page with information for Mindfulness and Stress Reduction https://calmerchoice.org/news-resources/mindfulness-resources
  • Stress Support Line 508-309-5848 – Provincetown Covid19 Task Force including a Team of local mental health professionals hosting Zoom calls every Monday to share wellness tips and connect with other locals in need of support https://www.facebook.com/ptowntaskforce/
  • Independence House: domestic or sexual violence counselors available to speak with you. 24-hr Hotline: 1-800-439-6507 https://independencehouse.org
  • NAMI Cape Cod & Islands 508-778-4277:This national organization has an excellent resource booklet for everything from managing stress and anxiety to resources for smokers, for people who are lonely, for people who don’t feel safe, for people who have lost a loved one during this crisis and more. https://www.nami.org/covid-19-guide
  • Sharing Kindness: A local organization offering suicide prevention and grief support. On occasion, HOW partners with Sharing Kindness to offer grief groups. sharingkindness.org
  • Crisis Text Line: Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255), Text HOME to 741741 or Chat with a Crisis Counselor at www.crisistextline.org/
You can request a Pantry Pack bag of groceries from HOW and pick-up at our office or request delivery.
You can request a Ride to a Healthcare appointment from HOW and we will do our best to make arrangements.
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