In support of helping professionals during COVID-19, we hosted a Zoom series “Self-Care Check-in for Helping Professionals.” Here, we have provided the recordings and links from each one. Each 30-minute session includes practice of at least one self-care exercise, and an interactive discussion with a special guest on a particular aspect of self-care for those caring for others. These are inclusive for any helping professional, whether on the frontlines of managing the pandemic, or helping people in other ways. This includes healthcare professionals, teachers, counselors, and so many more professions that serve others. We hope this will be a helpful resource to revisit from time to time, and to share with others.
Pennsylvania has just authorized mental health care providers to be able to offer patient visits via telephone and video communication platforms such as FaceTime, Zoom, or Skype.
LOHF Mental Health Copay Assistance helps youth and children birth—25 years old, and parents of dependent children ages birth—25 years old, with a financial need. This program lowers copays to just $10 per visit to a licensed mental healthcare professional, such as a therapist or psychiatrist.
When I (John) arrived at the grocery store today, I was shocked by what I saw. Lines were 10 deep at the checkout and shelves had been swept clean of canned foods, toilet paper, bottled water and cleaning supplies. There was a palatable feeling of anxiety there with grim faces and tight body language.
We want to hear from parents & caregivers about your challenges accessing mental healthcare for you or your child. So we’re touring the county to
$47,781 in Grants Awarded to Elevate the Mental Well-being of Youth and Children in Lancaster County More funds available in 2020 LOHF on Oct. 22
Welcome, Shanece Bowman! Congratulations, Lisa Riffanacht! Shanece Bowman, Programs Manager We’re excited to welcome Shanece Bowman to LOHF as our new part-time Programs Manager, and