Addressing the psychosocial needs of care workers in response to COVID-19
The project “Addressing the psychosocial needs of care workers in response to COVID-19” started in July 2020 and will be completed in March 2021.
The project aims to support workers in the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic through providing information, raising awareness and psychosocial support activities.
Objectives of the project include:
- Providing information to raise awareness of employees and facilitate their access to useful and valid information and sources of assistance, through the program website: frontline-covid19.com
- Training through online thematic seminars, with the aim of increasing the awareness of employees for the better management of their own psychosocial needs and the needs of those they care for.
- Providing free psychosocial and emotional support to employees seeking individual support in sessions with a councilor.
For more information you can visit the project’s website www. frontline-covid19.com.
The project is supported by HumanRights360 / Foundation Open Society Institute / Open Society Foundations.