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MDLive And Telemedicine Reach Out With Compassion

In response to the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, telemedicine services are now being offered as support for all individuals directly impacted. Today, MDLive, a leading provider of telemedicine services will offer free online behavioral health counseling sessions and will be available until March 31.

Individuals may call MDLIVE’s dedicated hotline at 888-959-9516 and provide the code “MDLIVECARES” for a session at no charge. Sessions will be conducted via phone or video.

MDLive’s press release captured the important need that their service can fill.

Individuals impacted by Wednesday’s tragedy are encouraged to talk to a behavioral health counselor to work through the grief caused by these events. Symptoms of grief may occur shortly after a tragedy or take several days or weeks to surface. Behavioral Health experts at MDLive encourage individuals and their families to look out for these common warning signs of distress:

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