A New City-wide Initiative Provides Free Mental Health Care For Nightlife Workers

A new initiative from New York City’s Office of Nightlife offers people working in entertainment, bars and clubs the opportunity to receive free mental health care, as COVID-19 continues to impact those working in the nightlife industry. 

Through the initiative, called “Elevate,” workers can participate in a free weekly, virtual support group moderated by licensed therapists. According to the Office of Nightlife, this support group, which meets every Monday at 4 p.m., is meant to “provide a safe place for people in the nightlife industry to come together and discuss what it means to work in nightlife today.”

Music and Nightlife

“I think the fact that this is becoming a conversation is important. Just that within itself is creating a lot of positive impact,” said Anya Sapozhnikova, co-founder of House of Yes. A new initiative from New York City’s Office of Nightlife offers people working in entertainment, […]

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