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Face coverings are required in all City facilities.  For the latest Covid-19 information, please visit https://www.brentwoodtn.gov/residents/covid-19/

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There are several options for those experiencing anxiety, depression, or stress.

Crisis Text Line - text "Williamson" to 741741 to reach a crisis counselor.

Crisis Hot Line - 800-273-8255 

Screenings for anxiety, depression, trauma, etc.  - screening.mhanational.org/screening-tools?ref=MHAMT

Refuge Center: if you or someone you love is looking for remote counseling or counseling support during this time, you can call 615-591-5262. They also take telehealth intake appointments.

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Williamson Inc. is collecting information on this page of how your business has been directly impacted by the Coronavirus so we can advocate for additional financial relief for your business through the appropriate state and federal channels.  If you feel comfortable, please share how you have been affected by filling out information on its  website here.

The State of Tennessee will provide regular updates including the necessary resources, information and support to help our small businesses overcome the challenges that have resulted from COVID-19.

Need COVID-19 testing for you business?

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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the Act) expands food assistance programming and provides stimulus opportunities for small businesses in response to COVID19. Funding for this program comes from the Act and expands the existing Senior Nutrition program of the Administration for Community Living (ACL) that provides home-delivered and pre-packaged meals to low-income seniors who depend on local nutrition programs every day.

The Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) is seeking small business restaurants and food establishments to become emergency meal vendors for Middle Tennessee’s seniors who are home-bound or self-isolating for protection

 

Who is eligible to participate in this program? 

Any Williamson County Resident who is:

  • 60 years old or older;
  • the spouse of a person 60 years old or older;
  • a person with a disability living in senior housing; or
  • persons with a disability living with or accompanying a person 60 years old or older.

If you would like more information about this program or would like to discuss eligibility please contact GNRC’s Information and Assistance Helpline at 615-255-1010.

Learn more here:  https://www.gnrc.org/339/Restaurant-Stimulus-Program

 

Information Line Announcement

Williamson County Emergency Management (WCEMA) has launched a Coronavirus Public Information Line effective at 9:00 a.m. Central time on Tuesday, March 31. The hotline number is (615) 595-4880 and will be available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Central Monday through Friday.

WCEMA additional information 

The website is updated with facility closures, resource lists, health department assessment and testing information, prevention messaging toolkits, and an FAQ page. Individuals with concerns about their health should contact their primary health care providers. For regular updates, follow WCEMA on Facebook and Twitter.

For Williamson County Coronavirus text updates, text keyword WCCOVID to 888-777. 

 

 

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