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Thank you, healthcare workers and first responders!

Your efforts and sacrifices have deeply moved our team and compelled us to provide the Heroes Health app as a small way to support the healthcare and EMS professionals who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for the service you provide to your community.

By completing your 5-minute set of weekly surveys through the Heroes Health app, you will be prioritizing mental health for yourself, for your colleagues, and for healthcare workers and first responders as a broader communities.

A screenshot from the Heroes Health app's weekly mental health summary. The screen is titled "Summary Report: Week of May 17, 2020". Below is a table headed "You reported that this past week" and with results for Sleep (Fairly Bad), Depressive symptoms (Not completed), Anxiety (None or minimal), Posttraumatic stress (None or mild), and limitations in day-to-day (None or mild). The bottom of the screen contains a disclaimer: "These Heroes Health reports are to help you monitor your symptoms and mental health over time. They should not be interpreted as a diagnosis. If you have concerns about your mental health, contact your health care provider and/or use the resources listed in the resources tab.

Measure and track your own mental health

We are living through extraordinarily challenging times, and it is natural to experience a wide range of emotions in reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Heroes Health app lets you track your mental health through quick, weekly surveys, empowering you to identify changes in your wellness and seek help early.


Screenshot from the "Wellness Resources" page on the Heroes Health app. The page reads: "Thank you for participating in the Heroes Health Initiative. We are grateful for your tireless efforts to support and protect your community, and appreciate the opportunity to support you and your colleagues through these difficult times. During an infectious disease outbreak like COVID-19, it is not uncommon for people to experience feelings of fear, depression, or anxiety. Colleagues and providers are urged to practice self-care and use the confidential support resources below. Please reach out if you need help. If you are in a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. Your Organizations Resources. Employee Assistance Program. Monday-Friday, 8am to 7pm. 123-456-7890.

Access local and national mental wellness resources

Knowing where to go to access mental health resources can be a challenge; that’s why we’ve compiled vetted crisis counseling agencies and wellness tools within the Heroes Health application, including Crisis Text Line and the Disaster Distress Helpline.

If your employer is a Heroes Health partner and you choose to affiliate with them, then you’ll additionally receive resources specific to your organization.


A screenshot of a question asked during the Heroes Health weekly survey. The question states "I am comfortable with the level of PPE supplies where I work". Healthcare workers can respond with options range from "Strongly agree" to "Strongly disagree," with the option to select "Not applicable.

Confidentially communicate your needs to your organization

If your organization partners with Heroes Health, you’ll be able to provide weekly, confidential feedback to your employer regarding availability of personal protective equipment (PPE), your comfort with current organizational PPE guidelines, and your satisfaction with organizational communication.

By completing these PPE surveys, you are using your voice to advocate for the needs of not only yourself, but also your co-workers. Together, we can effect real change in PPE access and policies.[/column]


Prioritize your mental health today!

We’re here to support you! You can download the Heroes Health app from Google Play or the App Store. If you have questions along the way, please feel free to consult our FAQ.

Do you have a question about participating in Heroes Health? Let us know and we’ll respond as soon as possible!