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You are not alone. Experiencing intense emotions in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic is natural, and mental health resources are available to help healthcare workers and first responders like you.

Speak with a Live Mental Health Counselor

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Get Immediate Support by Text

Dealing with anxiety, stress, or fear? Text FRONTLINE to 741741 to connect with a trained crisis counselor. Free, 24/7, confidential.​

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Get Immediate Support by Phone

Call 1-800-985-5990 to get help and support for any distress that you or someone you care about may be feeling related to any disaster.​

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Get Immediate Support by contacting a Therapist

The Emotional PPE Project connects healthcare workers in need with licensed mental health professionals who can help. No cost. No insurance. Just a trained professional to talk to.

Connect with Local Resources

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Call 2-1-1 to be connected to local social services, including mental health resources.​

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Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, mental health resources, food, job training, and more.

Begin Healing with Reduced-Cost Teletherapy

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Licensed and vetted counselors are available to support you. Healthcare workers receive 50% off their first month of service.

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Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation

The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation supports members of the Black community in finding culturally-competent mental health care. As funds are available, the Foundation is offering five free virtual therapy sessions to African American individuals experiencing “life-changing events and everyday struggles, including but not limited to stress and anxiety regarding race relations and injustice towards people of color”. Enrollment is first come, first served

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Receive online support from a licensed therapist. Healthcare workers receive 50% off their first month of service.

Grow Your Coping Skills with Web and Mobile Apps

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Whether you’re feeling sad, anxious, or stressed, Happify brings you engaging activities and games to help you take control of your feelings and thoughts.

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Headspace offers guided meditation and mindfulness exercises. The app is free to healthcare workers through 2020.

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MoodMission is an evidence-based app designed to empower you to overcome feelings of depression and anxiety by learning new evidence-based coping skills.

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Pixel Thoughts

Pixel Thoughts is a free, 60-second meditation tool to help clear your mind.

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Woebot is a free and confidential chatbot that guides users through practical, tested techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).


Do you know of a resource that could help healthcare workers? Let us know and we’ll add it to this page!