A public-private partnership has launched a “Healing for the Healers” campaign in an effort to bring joy and gratitude to healthcare workers in Los Angeles County.
The free digital gratitude self-care packages — which are available to every health care worker in Los Angeles County — can be accessed by going to www.gratitudeblooming.com/healthcare-workers.
The packages include access to three virtual “Gratitude Circles” for hospital staff to receive appreciation and experience self-care and social connection, free three-month access to Gratitude Blooming’s digital card deck with 39 reflective practices, a printable visual cue card as a reminder to take a pause for self-care throughout the day; and three-month free access to the gthx app with “engaging gratitude and mindfulness practices.”
The campaign kicked off Friday with socially distanced activations at Centinela Hospital Medical Center, Glendale Memorial Hospital, Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, Lakewood Regional Medical Center, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Monterey Park Hospital, Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Providence St. John’s Health Center, Torrance Memorial Medical Center and UCLA Health.
“Emergency Supply Donor Group is proud to partner with gthx and Gratitude Blooming to provide these resources to every health care worker in Los Angeles County,” said Emily Kane Miller, co-founder of Emergency Supply Donor Group. “Over the past year, healthcare workers have emerged as heroes, but even heroes need support. We hope that the healing power of music and gratitude offer just that.”