Four County Mental Health Center, Inc. remains dedicated to providing accessible, innovative services in partnership with individuals, families and our communities. They say they will continue services to patients, but the method of delivering them has changed to help contain the spread of COVID-19. They are now taking the following precautions even though there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in the five county area at this time. Beginning yesterday, treatment groups have been suspended until April 6th. Walk-in clinics suspended until April 9th. Family Caregiver Breakfasts and Lunches are suspended thru April 9th. Beginning Monday, patients will be seen from their homes via facetime, skype, or other means, and there’s a possibility for services to be delivered via telephone. They encourage all patients to “attend” their scheduled sessions electronically. They also will be screening patients for risk exposure and/or symptoms at the time they make the appointment; the day before when appointment reminder calls are made; and upon arrival if they want to enter the buildings.