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Currently, there are TWO cases of COVID-19 in Mahaska County. Residents are reminded to maintain social distancing, wash hands frequently, and cover your mouth.
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Iowa Warm Line: 1-844-775-9276
Foundation 2 Crisis Hotline: 1-844-430-8520
National Suicide Hot Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Southern Iowa Mental Health Center Crisis Line: 641-682-8772
Currently, the Mobile Crisis Team is available by calling 1-844-430-8520
And the Crisis Stabilization Unit located at 1527 Albia Rd. Ottumwa is available either via phone 641-682-8772 or walk-in.
The above is available for those 18 years or older with the exception of the Mobile Crisis Team which is available for all ages.