It’s our turn to give Frontline Workers the mental-health support
they may need for risking their lives for our lives.
Anxiety. Panic. Burnout. Compassion Fatigue. Stress. Depression. Feeling Overwhelmed.
The mental-health toll that COVID-19 is taking on society is real, especially for frontline workers, who put themselves at risk every day, as they work to sustain society’s well-being and save lives. Many essential workers are hourly or part-time employees, and many don’t have health insurance or adequate coverage for teletherapy, which is required during the stay-at-home orders. How will they get the mental-health counseling they need to get through these difficult times?
Frontline workers have been there for us since the beginning of COVID-19.
Now it’s our turn to give them the mental-health support they may need
during and after this pandemic.
Help us reach our #GiveSTLDay goal of $15,000 on May 7!
Making a #GiveSTLDay donation is easy:
1) Online: see the form below.
2) Online: through the GiveSTLDay Saint Louis Counseling page. (Early donations are now being accepted.)
2) Credit Card: Call 314.748.5658 to make a recurring or one-time gift using your credit card.
3) Check (please add “Give STL Day 2020” to the memo line) and mail to:
Saint Louis Counseling | Attn: Debbie Dugan | 9200 Watson Road, Ste. G-101 | St. Louis, MO 63126
Questions? Contact Debbie Dugan, business development/marketing director, 314.748.5658 or ddug[email protected]g