Free Psychological Support for Essential Workers

George Mason University thanks our first responders and essential workers for being on the frontlines to to help serve our community.

Essential workers such as teachers, grocery store workers, and medical professionals can call to speak confidentially with a trained provider about stress, anxiety, depression, or grief for free. We are here to help!

HOW IT WORKS

The Center is providing care to essential workers starting with a free, anonymous call-in line at 703-215-1898. Our goal is to provide support specifically targeting stresses related to having to be an essential worker.  Stepped care model

WHO IS AN ESSENTIAL WORKER?

This call-in line is open to those who work in healthcare, education, sanitation, transportation, hospitality, food and beverage industry, the postal service and the military.

HOW TO CALL

Reach our free, anonymous COVID-19 Essential Workers Emotional Support Line at:

703-215-1898

Staff members will be available to speak with you:

  • Monday-Friday between 8:30am - 8:30pm
  • Saturday between 8:30am - 4:00pm

 

SUPPORT THIS PROGRAM

Your gift, regardless of size, will work immediately to help frontline and essential workers access critical mental health services, such as a telehealth line and virtual therapy sessions. Click here to support this program: