Free Therapy for Frontline Workers

May 15, 2020 | Council for Relationships’ CEO, Deb D’Arcangelo, was interviewed on KYW NewsRadio about Council’s response to COVID-19. She discussed the Those Who Care for the Community Initiative which is providing free mental health services to essential workers in PA & NJ. Healthcare workers, first responders, corrections officers, grocery store clerks, transit workers, and other front line workers are able to receive ongoing no-cost mental health services from expert therapists who are trained in dealing with trauma. The Those Who Care for the Community Initiative is a part of our recently established Council Cares for the Community Fund which also features Low-Fee Therapy Services Expansion.

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To apply for services or for more information, visit https://councilforrelationships.org/thosewhocare. Call (215) 382-6680 ext 1. to speak with our Client Care Team; they are ready to answer your questions and help you schedule an appointment.

The need for mental health services is more urgent than ever. Council continues to deliver care through online therapy services to all in need. Help us support those in need by making a donation.