Granite County Sheriff's Office - COVID-19 Response 4/15
Granite County COVID-19 Response Wednesday, April 15, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m
Dr. Mark Ransford, DVM,
Incident Commander Information:
Bill Slaughter - (406)-552-7088
Confirmed COVID-19 Cases: 0
Tests Conducted in Granite County: 9
Tests Pending: 0
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As of April 15, 2020, at 6:00 PM, there are zero confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Granite County. Nine tests have been conducted through Granite County Medical Center; all results were negative. For various reasons, an additional 9 Granite County residents have been tested out of county; all results were negative. As we enter our fifth week of staying at home, signs of stress may be beginning for some of you and increasing for others. Isolation, increased alcohol and drug use, unhealthy eating habits, and lack of exercise can all increase anxiety and stress levels. If you feel this happening to you, the Granite County Sheriff, along with the Granite County Board of Health, would like you to remember there are resources available to help with those feelings. Granite County is partnered with Western Montana Mental Health and they are offering online/phone therapy from the comfort of your home. If you are feeling overwhelmed by anxiety or stress, or if someone you care about is having these issues you can reach out for a free confidential assessment.
As always, dial 911 in an emergency situation
• Suicide Prevention HELP CENTER: 1-800-273-8255 Or Text “MT” to 741741
Available: 24 hours per day, every day
• Montana Warm Line: 1-877-688-3377 Available: Monday-Friday 8 AM to 9 PM and Saturday-Sunday 12 PM to 9 PM
Need someone to talk to? The Warm Line is a non-crisis support line.
• Western Montana Mental Health Center: 406-532-8400
Call to schedule online/phone therapy or Request a free confidential callback:
• Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
Download free workbook at: https://bit.ly/2VdgQz6 Granite County Medical Center:
While the hospital and clinic remain open at this time, residents are asked to please call ahead before coming in for treatment. NO WALK IN'S are allowed unless it is a medical emergency.