MusiCares is conducting a new wellness survey as an extension of its relief response, to better understand the health and wellness of the music community after so many months in the pandemic. The survey also aims to monitor trends and to discover deeper long-term needs within the music community.
The organization is asking music professionals with 5+ years of experience to share their honest realities, especially as it relates to their overall mental and physical health and wellness. The survey will be live from Oct. 10, #WorldMentalHealthDay, to Nov. 9, 2020, and can be found here.
When the pandemic swept the nation in March, MusiCares established MusiCares COVID-19 Relief to help music people impacted by the pandemic and facing crisis due to loss of work, medical diagnosis, threat of eviction, and other personal emergencies. The relief efforts have helped more than 19,000 music industry artists and professionals, making this the most recipients assisted for any single relief effort in MusiCares’ history.
The survey results will be released in early 2021.
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