About us

Frontline Therapists is a nonprofit organization designed to provide sustainable emergency mental health services to areas of need.

Created in the wake of the recent war in Artsakh, with thousands of Armenian soldiers experiencing unprecedented levels of trauma from the field, the need for abundant mental health services became evident. Frontline Therapists aims to provide volunteer based therapists to fill in the gaps of therapeutic services wherever needed, including hospital settings, military bases, villages, shelters and anywhere else the need may rise.

An Emergency Response Team

We aim to serve Armenian veterans with mental health treatment,
based in the field with trauma informed care.

Service Locations:

  • Hospitals
  • Military bases
  • Outpatient clinics
  • In the field

Our mission is to meet the needs of the soldiers regardless of their location.
This includes serving them in any city or village in Armenia.


Volunteer to provide direct care in Armenia.

We are accepting volunteer licensed psychotherapists including psychologists, clinical social workers,
marriage and family therapists, and professional clinical counselors.

Who Else Can Access Services Through Frontline?

  • Soldiers either currently serving or previously served
  • Military personnel
  • Family members of veterans
  • Those directly impacted by the recent war such as doctors, nurses, and other personnel who supported the service men during the war