Council Cares for the Community Featured in The Philadelphia Tribune

May 27, 2020 | Council for Relationships took swift action to help address the urgent need for mental health services during COVID-19. Knowing the stress and trauma that those who are on the front lines of the pandemic are facing, Council responded by offering services to those at high-risk, essential workers. Essential workers in Pennsylvania & New Jersey can receive free online counseling services through Council’s Those Who Care initiative, which is a part of the Council Cares for the Community Fund. Essential workers include healthcare workers, transit workers, firefighters, grocery clerks, delivery drivers, and others who are jeopardizing their health and safety to provide services to the community. People who fall into the aforementioned categories can receive support from highly qualified therapists or psychiatrists by visiting and completing the application.

Additionally, low-fee therapy services are available under the Council Cares for the Community Fund. Those who have been economically or financially impacted by COVID-19 can receive services at reduced rates. Council for Relationships has a long history of providing low-fee services, upholding its commitment to providing high-quality counseling services to all in need, regardless of ability to pay.

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