Support for Our Staff

Compassion Fatigue Training

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CMAP Opens in new windowThe Community Mental Health Assistance Program, or CMAP, is a program of MHA of Lancaster County, a voluntary program that is both free and confidential.

This program will offer services to essential workers in Lancaster County who do not currently have access to an Employee Assistance Program through their employer’s benefit package.

The CMAP team has carefully selected providers throughout Lancaster County who are partnering with us to provide you with the best care. To get started, contact MHA Lancaster via telephone (717-397-7461) or visit the MHA Website to obtain additional information regarding the CMAP program and the participating providers. The team at MHA will help you determine your program eligibility and help you find the best provider for your needs.

MHA Essential staff support

Starting on Wednesday May 20, MHAPA will host a regular online support group for COVID-19 essentials workers. As the frontlines of this global health crisis, our essential workers are bearing unprecedented pressures. This group is designed to provide mental health support through peer gathering and discussion. Details are below

Step by Step – Covid-19 Essential Workers Support Group

Starting June 10, the groups will run the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month, 6 PM-7 PM.

To Register:  Click here. Once you register, you will receive WebEx login information upon registering.

Description: This group is for those who have been or are essential workers keeping our communities running and people safe during COVID-19. 

MHAPA created this group for two reasons:

  • First, to give essential workers the confidential opportunity to share and gain support among your peers
  • Second, as a thank you for all our essential workers have done in our communities during this stressful time.















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DHS Essential staff support

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Self-Care During the Coronavirus Pandemic

As social workers, we understand the ongoing need to take care of ourselves and each other as we meet the many challenges of our work. Click here for more information.