Give an Hour calls for providers to sign up and volunteer in response to the school shootings.
Washington, D.C., May 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Give an Hour, the lead organization for the Campaign to Change Direction, a national nonprofit which provides pro-bono mental health services announced today that it is opening its network of providers to support the immediate and long-term mental health needs of those affected by the shootings at Santa Fe High School, in Santa Fe, Texas.
“The shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas is a horrible tragedy, and our volunteer providers will be responding to the immediate and critical needs of those affected, including family members and first responders. Those within our network, volunteer their time to support populations in need – because they have unique skills and abilities to help those who are suffering” said Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, Founder and President of Give an Hour. “Our prayers are with those who are affected and we offer our services – now or in the future.”
Give an Hour provides those in need with help and hope. We offer those who care the opportunity to give – and we offer expertise as well as care and support when tragedy strikes in our communities.
Those affected by the shootings in Texas who need care or support should visit www.giveanhour.org.