If you are feeling any symptoms, we advise you to contact the Wayland Health Department at the Coronavirus Hotline 508-358-6805 and your primary care physician for guidance. If you or anyone in your family has any symptoms of being ill, we advise you to stay quarantined at home until you are feeling better and follow up with your primary care physician as needed. The Health Department Coronavirus Hotline at 508-358-6805 is for those experiencing symptoms, concerns about exposure and seeking information specific to the COVID-19 virus. The phone is being staffed and messages are returned promptly.
The Town will also provide general help for residents who may need assistance obtaining basic and important life necessities, such as food or medications, by calling 508-358-7701. This phone is also being staffed and messages are returned promptly.
Council on Aging (CoA) staff have been in touch with their senior population on a regular and often daily basis through phone calls, emails, and robo calls. If you would like to be added to the CoA’s list for a friendly check in or other services, please call the CoA at 508-358-2990
Youth and Family Services: The staff of Youth and Family Services are available for phone counseling and outreach services to its existing clients. If you are seeking immediate mental health services, please call Psychiatric Emergency Services, in Framingham, at (800) 640-5432. For emotional support, call the state’s 211 to access “call to talk”.
The Town has become aware of residents asking in what way they can help their neighbors. The Town has established a list of residents who would like to volunteer in some way.To add your name to the volunteer list, please email the Town at COVIDvolunteer@wayland.ma.us.
The Town will also provide general help for residents who may need assistance obtaining basic and important life necessities, such as food or medications, by calling 508-358-7701.
|Health Department Coronavirus Hotline:
For residents experiencing symptoms, concerns about exposure and seeking health information specific to COVID-19.
|For General Help & Town Information:
For residents who may need assistance obtaining basic and important life necessities, such as food or medications.
For a friendly check in or other services call the Council on Aging
|Youth and Family Services Department:
For help with emotional support or mental health services
|Psychiatric Emergency Services, in Framingham
For immediate and urgent mental health services
Louise Miller, Town Administrator
Julia Junghanns, Director of Public Health:
Massachusetts residents are urged to use 2-1-1 for information, resources, and referrals regarding COVID-19