As part of their series on those working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, The New York Times featured a day in the life of a member of Samaritans staff, in this case our Director of Public Education, who was also a former volunteer.  Though Samaritans staff and volunteers normally work quietly behind the scenes, we felt there was value in the public having a better idea of the crisis response and emotional support work being done 24/7 by Samaritans staff and volunteers and similar efforts being carried out around the country by thousands of dedicated people devoted to preventing suicide and helping people in distress.

Click here to read The New York Times article.