The coronavirus (COVID-19) represents a direct threat to people and communities. The pandemic also has created an indirect threat – creating profound new barriers for people to access the behavioral health care treatment and services they rely on for survival.
The National Council for Behavioral Health has created a new Relief Fund to place resources directly in the hands of community behavioral health providers who are at the frontlines, helping people with mental illnesses and addictions. Your donation will help individuals with behavioral health care needs – and the providers who support them – survive these tumultuous times by providing economic relief and practical resources for them to interact with individuals remotely and, when needed, in-person. One hundred percent of all donations will be dispersed to non-profit providers across the country and help them build their capacity to continue to provide safe, quality services.
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