Therapy Aid Coalition presently has two current initiatives: Coronavirus Online Therapy, and 2020 California and Colorado wildfires.
Coronavirus Online Therapy is serving essential workers (furloughed, or employed), and their adult family members. We define essential workers as individuals who do not have the privilege of working from home when stay-at-home orders are in place. We also include teachers and school personnel, working in person, via hybrid learning, or remote, due to the enormous strain these changes have caused.
Essential workers include, but are not limited to:
Healthcare professionals (nurses, doctors, birth doulas, providers of home health services, pharmacy employees, etc), hospital & urgent care staff (medical, administrative and support such as clergy), teachers and school personnel, EMTs, firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement & military, staff members of shelters (homeless, DV, etc), truck drivers, USPS, UPS, FedEx and other parcel delivery employees, employees of grocery stores, and delivery persons, drivers/delivery workers (instacart, Amazon Fresh, DoorDash, Uber Eats, Lyft, etc), garbage collection employees, utilities and telecommunications workers, news & media employees, gas station attendants, mass transit & airline employees, social workers, therapists and other workers in residential treatment centers, hospitals, and child welfare agencies.
2020 California and Colorado Wildfires are serving individuals impacted by the following incidents:
California: Slater/Devil, Fox, Red Salmon Complex, Hobo, Spring, August Complex, Sheep, North Complex, Claremont, Bear, Fork, Slink, Bell, Wolf, Blue Jay, Horse, North Whizz Dome, Woodward, Dolan, Creek, Bullfrog, Moraine, Rattlesnake, SQF Complex, Apple, El Dorado, Snow, and Valley Fires
Colorado: Cameron Peak, CalWood, Lefthand Canyon, Middlefork, East Troublesome, Deep Creek, Williams Fork, Thorpe, Grizzly Creek & Pine Gulch Fires
As we grow, and have capacity, Therapy Aid plans to continue expansion to include FEMA incidents nationwide.