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The Hospitality Healing Project – Mental Health Support for Calgary Restaurants

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SABI Mind Launches The Hospitality Healing Project  A collaborative initiative working to provide mental health education, resources, and services for Calgary’s food and hospitality industry

CALGARY, ALBERTA [JUNE 1, 2022]:  Launched by a team of mental health advocates with deep industry roots, The Hospitality Healing Project (HHP) is an a-la-carte peer support program that provides mental health education, resources, and services for Calgary’s food and hospitality industry. In partnership with SABI Mind, this collaborative initiative connects individuals to a network of professional mental and physical health services within a safe and thoughtful community. At an organizational level, HHP provides support for both restaurant owners and employees. The program allows members to choose customized support options and healing tools through different accessibility points. The HHP consists of the following: 

Complimentary Services: 

  • HHP Hotline
  • 15-Minute Consultations
  • Resource Toolkit
  • Sunday Peer Support Sessions
  • Walk and Talks with industry advocates

Subsidized Services:

  • One-on-one Counseling Sessions
  • Group Therapy Sessions
  • Psychoeducational Sessions
  • Discovery Program  

A recent Foodservice and Hospitality Mental Health Survey showcased that 86 percent of respondents are experiencing burnout and 61 percent said their mental health issues intensified due to the pandemic. Restaurants Canada reported that since 2020, nearly 10,000 restaurants have closed.  “The Hospitality Healthing Project allows us to give back to those currently working in the hospitality space where so many of us got our start,” says Co-Founder of SABI Mind, Heesoo Cho. “This initiative was based on pillars of increased awareness of mental health, alternative forms of healing and education regarding mental health topics that should be more common within the hospitality industry.” HHP was created by SABI Mind, a Calgary-based client-focused organization that offers innovative treatments for chronic pain and mental health conditions. The partnership with SABI Mind ensures members are connected with a network of mental health professionals. For more information, please visit: https://www.hospitalityhealingproject.com/ and follow HHP on Instagram: @Hospitalityhealing.  

About The Hospitality Healing Project

Before the prep and pre-shift, after the cash-out and close, for those that came before and those that come after, The Hospitality Healing Project (HHP) is here. HHP is a collaborative initiative working to provide mental health education, resources, and services for Calgary’s food and hospitality industry and beyond. Launched by a team of mental health advocates with deep industry roots, HHP is an a-la-carte peer support program providing participants access to a network of professional mental and physical health services. 

About SABI Mind 

Located in Calgary, SABI Mind supports the careful and necessary mending of mental health and chronic pain through psychedelic-assisted therapies. Founded by a group of Calgary-based entrepreneurs brought face-to-face with the challenges of those suffering from mental health conditions, SABI Mind empowers those discouraged by the conventional medical methods with a patient-centred treatment model supported by experienced psychiatrists, anesthesiologists, therapists, client experience specialists, and other clinic staff specially trained in ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. www.sabimind.com.  

Media Contact:

Lana Rogers

Gentle Lion Communications

lana@gentlelion.ca

403.519.7959

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