As with many individuals, businesses and other non-profit organizations, the Argyle’s financial security has been gravely threatened by the pandemic. Not only are our therapists unable to conduct their typical face-to-face sessions, but our entire stream of student interns has been prematurely interrupted, drastically reducing one of our essential sources of revenue. We are forecasting a loss of upwards of $100,000 between now and September. As a charitable organization, this is a crippling amount.
But that has not stopped us from helping others. Thanks to the generosity of many of our clinical members and other psychotherapists in the community, we have created the Rescue Line Project, a volunteer-based initiative that offers free virtual therapy support sessions for those affected by the crisis.
Now we are asking for your help to ensure the Argyle’s existence throughout these challenging times. Any contribution will support us to continue to provide services like the Rescue Line Project and help us ensure our existence after we have overcome this pandemic.