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Those in Chippewa County experiencing loneliness, now have another way to connect with others. Tony Evers, in the spring. Volunteers are connected with someone who requests a phone call, and they work out a time to chat and how often the calls will take place. The volunteer offers a friendly call during the week. Scheidler says everything is confidential and volunteers a waiver. She says the task force follows up with the volunteer once a week, to see how many minutes they recorded and to check in to ensure there is not a crisis situation.
Scheidler says, with the way many things have changed and switched to a virtual setting, she feels it is important to re-energize the program.
Scheidler says the holiday season can be trying, as stress, anger and frustration, may overshadow more positive things. She says more people requesting a call are younger than those before, and are either working or going to school from home. Those interested in receiving a call, or volunteering, should contact Pauline Spiegel by callingor sending an to [ protected]. The program is not meant to serve as a crisis line. Posted on June 23, Posted on May 26, Home Area News Area News.
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