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Frontline Workers Counseling Project

The FWCP’s mission is to make locating free psychotherapy as quick and easy as possible for overwhelmed, overworked frontline workers.

Founded: 2020 by Elizabeth Rawson, Michael Levin

Frontline Workers Counseling Project
  • Program Area

    Health & Healthcare
  • Location of Impact

    United States
  • Headquarters Location

    San Francisco, California, United States
  • Product Platforms

    Web, Open Source
  • Budget

    $0 to $500,000
  • Founder Demographics


The Frontline Workers Counseling Project (FWCP), formerly called the COVID-19 Pro Bono Counseling Project, is a non-profit initiative that helps connect frontline workers with free, confidential individual psychotherapy and support groups. Over 500 licensed and insured professional psychotherapists in the Bay Area have volunteered to offer free services through the FWCP, representing a wide range of personal and professional backgrounds, including psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, psychiatrists, and marriage and family therapists.