Virtual Support Groups for Frontline Workers

Last Updated on April 28, 2020 by Four County

Cass County, IN: Four County is excited to offer virtual support groups to all frontline workers. We appreciate every frontline worker and recognize the daily sacrifices that are made to keep the Cass County community safe. Four County will start facilitating virtual support groups utilizing the ZOOM video conferencing platform. Sessions will be hosted by Dr. James Noll, a behavioral health provider employed by Four County, who will provide support, education and resources to these individuals to increase well-being and access to needs and services.

Beginning April 29, these groups will meet every Wednesday twice a day for an hour each session. The first meeting will begin at 9 a.m. and the second at 6 p.m. Links and information on how to join the ZOOM meetings will be provided on the Four County website and social media channels.

These support groups will focus on topics such as:
Depressive Symptoms
Possible Triggers
Substance Abuse Education
Compassion Fatigue

Four County is a non-profit Community Mental Health Center serving the communities of North Central Indiana for over 40 years.  Four County continues to serve and is providing tele and virtual health services to ensure emotional well-being of current clients served, as well as those in need of access to service lines. Emergency Services also continue to be offered to the community to ensure that in times of distress, consumers and community members have access to crisis services. Visit for more information.

Link to Virtual Support Group Zoom Meetings Info: