Red Cross Offers Support to Grieving Families
The American Red Cross recognizes the importance of compassionate care as this pandemic continues to take more lives.
The organization is offering some help to the families of people who have lost loved ones to the corona virus.
According to a news release from the American Red Cross the organization has put together various teams through Red Cross Disaster Mental Health, Spiritual Care, and volunteer services to provide support to grieving families during this difficult time.
In the release Alan H. Turner II, Regional Chief Executive Officer for the American Red Cross, Western New York Region said “Our thoughts are with all who have suffered the loss of a loved one to COVID-19, as well as all those grappling with the emotional impact of this pandemic.”
Families that are seeking support can call 833-492-0094 or CLICK HERE
The American Red Cross is looking to provide help and support in various ways that include speaking with families over the phone to offer support, condolences, and resources that may help them deal with their loss.
The organization is also providing help with virtual memorial services for families and helping to put them in touch with faith-based organizations within their community, and helping with any legal resources and information.
The American Red Cross also recognizes how stressful the pandemic has been on frontline workers, and has put together emotional support for those people coping with the stress, individual can call this toll-free number, 833-492-0094, and can set up support sessions, by filling out the Training Request Form
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