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Covid-19 and Our Practice

      With the pandemic continuing,  your health and well-being are our top priority at Path to Hope Counseling.  We are committed to your continued care and plan to make every effort to help you to continue with your treatment. 

   We are offering video through our secure, HIPPA compliant platform which you can easily through a safe and secure link that we send all clients.

If you are a new client, you can click here to request an appointment:





North Carolina Coronavirus hotline:                                          
(888) 892-1162 – (or call 211)
TTY: (800) 735-0533

Text COVIDNC to 898-211 for updates (North Carolina).

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)

COVID Grants for Artists and Black Business Owners

I created two grants, one for artists ( and one for Black or minority business owners (


Both are a combination marketing + micro grant. There is not currently a cap on the number of monthly marketing grantees. We're currently providing (1) $100 micro-grant each month per program.

-Jovan Johnson, Annuity

Impact on Young Adults

Young adults are among the hardest hit by the pandemic, with many having lost jobs, missed school, and been unable to meet friends and family during lockdowns. They will also carry the long-term economic burden of COVID-19 for years to come.

Follow link below for more information:

  • The financial impact of the pandemic: OECD data shows people aged 15-24 were most affected by unemployment at the start of the crisis.

  • Career and education figures: 73% of 14-to-18-year olds expressed concerns about the pandemic's impact on their future careers.

  • Mental wellbeing: survey data showed 18-24-year-olds experienced the highest proportion of negative feelings during lockdowns.

  • Tips and advice to help with the long-term challenges faced by young adults and other useful links.

Remote Working & Mental Health: A Young Professional’s Guide

The guide offers a lot of great information, such as:

  • Why remote working has become the new normal due to lockdowns - An estimated 30% of the workforce could be home-based by the end of 2021.

  • How remote working can significantly affect physical and mental health.

  • Different ways you can alleviate stress when working from home, such as creating a comfortable work environment and taking regular breaks.

  • How employers can help to make working from home healthier and less stressful for their employees


  • Click the link below to access the guide:

Working from home: A guide to creating a healthy and productive workspace at home:

Managing your Finances during Coronavirus

A Guide to COVID 19 and your Finances, What You Need to Know

LGBTQ+ Resources

Ways/tips to support and help LGBTQ-owned small businesses:

Trans-Focused Resources
What Trans People Need to Know About Covid-19 (National Center for Transgender Equality)

Substance Abuse

Rehab 4 Addiction which serves as an online resource to people dealing with substance addiction. Here is some guidance for your mental health amid Coronavirus:

Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Mental Health Treatment

Our mission is to break down the barriers and stigmas that surround substance abuse with free, accurate, and valuable information. 

This last year has been marked by high rates of unemployment, stress, economic insecurity and uncertainty. For people with mental health and substance use disorders, the consequences of the pandemic have been felt on an even deeper level. Please check out our resource guide here:

Ark Behavioral Health

We created a resource page that shares valuable information for those seeking help while battling addiction and co-occurring conditions.

On this page, you’ll find information on:

  • The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and substance use

  • List of mental health and addiction resources

  • Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about telehealth

  • Caring for a loved one who is struggling

Click here for more information:

Recovery Village

with locations across the country, dedicated to providing treatment to those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders.

In order to continue to assist those in recovery and decrease the spread of COVID-19, our team has launched a Teletherapy Program. Those is need now have access to one-on-one counseling, group therapy, and various online services virtually with a licensed professional, improving their chances of a successful recovery.

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