Veteran and First Responder Healthcare provides telemental health services to those on coronavirus front lines
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It’s a stressful and emotional time for America’s first responders, and now a mental health initiative aims to help them in the fight against coronavirus.
In New Hampshire, Franklin Police Chief David Goldstein has been working with Veteran and First Responder Healthcare (VFR) as they bring telemental health services to those battling the coronavirus in order to keep them sharp and mentally fit despite the chaos and grim work.
“The bottom line is to try to keep the first responders, health-care professionals on the front lines, and keep helping people,” VFR CEO Eric Golnick said.
Golnick, a Navy veteran, says it’s important they connect those in need of help with others who’ve worked in emergency response or the armed forces.
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[Source: Fox News]