MDH Provides Frontline Workers Mental Health Support

Mental Health Word CloudTo help frontline workers who may be struggling with mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) is offering a range of support services. 

WJZ Baltimore reports on some of the programs MDH is offering to support the mental health of frontline workers:

The state has been working to make sure frontline workers reach out for help before reaching a crisis point and the state is offering the following resources:

  • New public service announcements targeting people in extreme stress situations
  • Virtual recovery and wellness resources
  • Suicide prevention guidance
  • Mental Health FAQs for healthcare workers, parents and other audiences
  • Discussion groups and weekly webinars for behavioral health providers

For more information:

State Health Department Offering Mental Health Support For COVID-19 Frontline Workers (WJZ Baltimore)