The Yarmouth Police Department is providing this list as a link to available public health services,
public health crisis agencies and social service agencies in our community who are doing their
best to continue to provide critical services to those who need them. Many of these
organizations are offering online and phone support as in-person services have been
suspended due to the current health crisis.
This is not a complete list and we will work to add and update this list as services change or
become available.
The Town of Yarmouth offers on-line access to many of the Town’s Departments along with
contact information and important updates regarding services being affected, updates and
notices. Access the Town’s web site anytime at

Elder Services of Cape Cod provides services for seniors in the Cape Cod area. Reach them
on-line at or at (508) 394-4630
The Yarmouth Senior Center Brown Bag Program offers free food delivery to Yarmouth area
seniors in need. Contact them at (508) 398-5060.

Yarmouth residents in need of Fuel or Utility assistance can contact several local agencies for
Fuel Assistance Program of Cape Cod – 508-77778-0870
Healthy Connections 508-255-1903
Eversource Financial Assistance 866-861-6225
Gas Assistance 800-548-8000
Citizens Energy Corp 877-563-4645 or at

Cape Cod Hospital offers a full on-line portal to access a wide range of medical services
across Cape Cod along with important Covid-19 updates and news. Access the Hospital’s
web site at

The Samaritans of Cape Cod provides emotional support for those who are lonely, depressed
or suicidal and can be reached through their Crisis Line 800-893-9900, Crisis Text Line Text:
741741 or on-line

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) continues to run support groups via telephone.
The number for all meetings is 508-206-8720 and no password is required. For more
information, email Meetings are Monday (6:30PM), Wednesday
(7:30PM) and Saturday (10AM). You can find information on these critical programs

Well Connection is a program available for those who have Blue Cross/Blue Shield Health
Insurance. Users can speak live with medical professionals for both medical and psychiatric
concerns. Meetings are confidential and secure, and doctors are available 24/7. Users can
sign up here:

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance offers online support groups for these living with
depression and bipolar disorder. These groups are peer-led and are available for young
adults, friends, and family members. You can find more information

With many AA and NA groups unable to meet in person, many organizations have begun to
hold meetings virtually with apps such as Zoom and GoToMeeting. For more information:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 for those either in distress or who have a
family member or friend who is struggling by calling 1-800-273-8255

Turn 2 Me hosts free online support groups for anxiety, suicidal thoughts, depression, stress
management, and general mental health issues

Cape Cod area Veterans in need of counseling, family support, food and other services can
reach the Cape & Islands Veterans Outreach Center at (508) 778-11590 or on-line at