FREE Mental Health Support for Frontline Workers

Through a $50,000 emergency grant from Direct Relief, essential frontline workers in Southwest Florida can discuss reactions, coping strategies, and resilience building related to the coronavirus with a qualified mental health professional.

This grant allows Healthcare Network to offer up to three free mental health sessions to frontline workers and their families in need of support as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, including:

  • Teachers
  • Healthcare workers
  • Protective service and first responders
  • Grocery store workers
  • Agricultural workers
  • Janitors and maintenance workers
  • Truck drivers

Schedule Your Sessions Today!

Healthcare Network behavioral health providers are uniquely qualified and immediately available to serve frontline essential workers and their families. We understand the challenges and rewards of providing selfless service, as well as the significant stressors you may have experienced as a result of the coronavirus. Let us help you maintain mental well-being and build resilience to cope with ongoing challenges.

Call to schedule your free sessions:

Appointments with a mental health professional are available via telehealth or at a Healthcare Network location.

Additional appointments beyond those covered by the grant will be available through health insurance or out-of-pocket with our Sliding Fee Scale based on family size and income.