Community Rallies During Times of Uncertainty


Four Corners Community Behavioral Health continues to operate as an essential service during the COVID-19 situation.

“Four Corners will remain open to serve our clients and community members,” the organization shared in a statement last week. “Your health and safety are our top priority and we will be there with you through this uncertain time.”

However, during these times of uncertainty, cleaning and medical supplies are in high demand, leaving some businesses and organizations struggling to obtain what they need to operate as safely as possible. Representative Christine Watkins, District 69, recognized this and made a generous donation to Four Corners on Wednesday.

Watkins personally delivered cleaning supplies and a thermometer to the staff at Four Corners, for which they were extremely grateful.

“I am so touched,” said Karen Dolan, the director of Four Corners.

If you know of other individuals, businesses or organizations that have rallied to assist one another during these times, please email the information to ETV expresses its gratitude to those who have lended a helping hand during the COVID-19 situation and wishes to highlight as many stories of kindness as possible.

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