Resources for Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month, and we want to recognize the unique position frontline health workers are in during this pandemic and what kind of toll that takes on their mental wellness.

As it is, those in health care face high rates of burn out. But now they’re even more at risk for negative mental health impacts due to the numerous demands and stressors they face caring for patients during COVID-19.

We put together mental health resources for the many states we serve, to help you and your staff cope with the stress, anxiety, trauma, or grief brought on by COVID-19:

Table Of Contents

National

Connecticut

  • Warm Lines: Telephone support services staffed by people who have expertise with mutual support. These lines are not crisis lines. The days/hours of operation vary.

Maine

  • FrontLine WarmLine: Serves health care professionals, such as physicians, nurses, counselors, emergency medical services personnel, law enforcement, and others who are directly responding to the pandemic in Maine.
    • Staffed by volunteer professionals
    • 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week
    • Call: (207) 221-8196 or 866-367-4440
    • Text capability will be added soon.

Maryland

New Hampshire

New York

New York State (NYS):

New York City (NYC):

New Jersey

Ohio

The District of Columbia