Mental Health and Recovery Board Announces Two New Resources to Support Employees
Amid COVID-19, civic unrest, and uncertainty, we’re all doing the best we can. But business leaders have extra pressure: they are tasked not only with keeping their business afloat, but also with providing flexibility and support to employees through these hard times.
The pressure can be overwhelming—but it doesn’t have to be. As your partner in business—and in wellness—Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) is proud to introduce two newly updated resources to help you and help your employees:
Responder Resilience Program
The new Responder Resilience Program connects COVID-19 front-line workers in Clark, Greene and Madison counties with mental health professionals trained to treat trauma and trauma-related symptoms. Front-line workers who call for consultation will answer a few questions about their preferences and be connected to a professional within one to three business days. The service provides three, free sessions focused on finding solutions. Service providers will help connect workers to extended care if needed.
To access this program, call (937) 727-4097, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Want to learn more? Read FAQs about the Responder Resilience Program
Clark Greene Madison Warmline
Starting August 1, anyone can call the Clark Greene Madison Warmline at (937) 662-9080 to receive mental health support and information from certified peers, day or night, every day of the year. Callers will be greeted by peer supporters who are trained to listen and provide additional resources as needed or requested. The warmline is completely free to use and confidential. We invite you to share this number with your employees.
Want to learn more? Read the Clark Greene Madison Warmline FAQs.