Earle Irwin participates in a Zoom meeting here but she is available on Ocracoke through the end of March for one-on-one counseling.

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Mental health professional Earle Irwin has returned to Ocracoke and will be on the island until the end of March.

A retired clinical nurse specialist, Irwin was on Ocracoke for several months earlier this year and also was here last year to help islanders cope with Dorian aftermath and any other issues they may be dealing with.

Her services are free of charge.

The Ocracoke Interfaith Relief & Recovery Team brought Irwin to the island thanks to generous help from the Red Cross via a grant from the Outer Banks Community Foundation.

Irwin is available for islanders to talk with one-on-one. Her contact information is 252-385-2172 or eirwin@oirrt.org.

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