AUSTIN, Texas - Some people don't mind all the social distancing we've been having to do but for others it can be a struggle to be in isolation. The Austin Disaster Relief Network is looking to help those who are facing some difficulties emotionally during this time.
ADRN has set up a coronavirus response hotline and has been answering calls, talking through problems, and praying to help put people's minds at ease.
With many facing unemployment, illness, and other issues ADRN's service looks to be a calming effort for Austinites who are struggling.
The hotline is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.
The organization hopes to expand the hotline across the state.
If you need to talk you can call 512-537-7100.
You can also get more details from Austin Disaster Relief Network's website.
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