Hannah’s House offers families a new helpline to get professional help

SAN DIEGO (KUSI)  – Hannah’s House, a San Diego-based nonprofit specializing in helping families peacefully transition through family breakup, divorce and parental loss, has a new way to support families across San Diego county.

Hannah’s Family Helpline has trained and licensed therapists ready to answer calls from parents who need assistance with a range of issues to include family breakup, divorce, substance abuse, domestic violence counseling and navigation through the Family Court/Family Law legal system.

Hannah’s Family Helpline supports parents with any issue that may threaten healthy functioning for parents and for children.  When parents call this helpline, they will leave a message and their call will be returned within one hour by a licensed therapist or master-level therapist trainee from Hannah’s House. 

“We especially hope Hannah’s Family Helpline can assist parents who may be struggling in their couple’s relationship right now due to the increased stress from isolation, unemployment, economic uncertainty, health scares and food shortages,” stated Susan Griffin, Hannah’s House Executive Director. “We are offering up to one hour of free Telehealth counseling for parents who are new to Hannah’s House.  Our therapists can answer questions, offer resources and referrals, provide counseling for parenting and co-parenting concerns, as well as any problems that may be stressful for the parents or the entire family.”

For families seeking a confidential and free way to discuss tough issues, they can call Hannah’s Family Helpline at 1-833-OUR-KIDZ / 1-833-687-5439.  

This phone line is available 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and all therapists are bilingual in English and Spanish.  For more details about the helpline, visit https://hannahs-house.org/go/hannahs-family-helpline/.

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