Support For The Caregivers
Responding to COVID-19 by offering HOPE to professional caregivers, first responders and front line workers
Thanks to a generous grant, Cornerstone of Hope is now able to provide free individual counseling to professional caregivers, first responders and front line workers.
The ongoing pandemic we are experiencing has caused overwhelming stress, immense grief, and turmoil. Each of us has experienced individual and broadly shared fears and challenges, unlike any other year. However, few have been impacted as deeply as the caregivers and front line workers who continue to tirelessly serve our community. Cornerstone of Hope recognizes that all medical personnel are now working longer hours and seeing more deaths while they continue to isolate from their very own families. Front line workers have become the presence of hope and comfort to those who are dying alone.
If you, or someone you know, has experienced secondary trauma, emotional burnout, or compassion fatigue caused by job-related stressors, our clinical team is here to support you. Please call us at 216-524-4673 to schedule a virtual or in-person appointment at a time that is convenient for you.
Cornerstone of Hope’s clinical team is made up of master’s level counselors and social workers that are extensively trained in grief and bereavement. Convenient, in-person and virtual counseling sessions are available at no cost for caregivers and first responders. Individual counseling may be a good option for caregivers who are experiencing prolonged grief due to multiple loss, secondary trauma, or emotional burnout.
To schedule an appointment, please call 216.524.4673
Free Counseling is available for:
- Employees of hospitals, hospices, nursing homes and funeral homes
- First responders including fire, police and EMS
- Mental health professionals working in community agencies and private practices
Professional Education and Training – Trauma, Grief and Self-Care
If your organization is looking for in-service education or training on handling trauma, grief, and self-care as a professional caregiver, please contact Julia Ellifritt by phone at 216-524-4673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, to customize a training program that meets your organization’s unique needs. If you have any suggestions on how we can help you meet educational needs, we would love to hear from you.
Support Groups – For Grievers
Professionally led groups are offered for those who were unable to be with their loved ones who passed during this time of COVID-19.