Sheppard Pratt is here to help.
During this time of heightened anxiety and uncertainty, we are here to serve as your partner in mental health. Our teams are working around the clock to ensure that mental health care is readily accessible for those in need. We have:
- Expanded walk-in opportunities for those urgently in need of care
- Created new telehealth services to ensure individuals can remain at home while accessing life-changing services like therapy and medication management
- Maintained access for our most vulnerable clients by visiting them in their homes to ensure they have the care they need
In order to be able to help everyone in need, we need your help. No gift is too small.
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Thank you to everyone who has offered to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) during this time. We are working with state authorities and directly with medical supply manufacturers and distributors to acquire as much PPE as possible. We are also accepting all donations of PPE to ensure our frontline team members are as safe as possible while caring for the patients who desperately need our help.
We would gladly accept donations of meals/snacks from restaurants - our frontline employees are working tirelessly to ensure that we can continue to provide world class mental health care to every person in need.
Contact Anna Barthelme at email@example.com or 443-608-6497.