#TNAAcares first launched as a show of support for healthcare workers, highlighting your resiliency in the pandemic. This year, we are expanding efforts as we bring together the TNAA community of travelers and internal employees to share stories, comfort, encouragement, and strength when our healthcare workers need it most.
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Words of Strength

Showing support in a way that builds community feels needed now more than ever as the effects of the pandemic have grown considerably. We’re asking you to share that message of support by writing a letter of encouragement to healthcare workers. Words hold power, and your message can turn someone’s day around.

You're Appreciated.
You're Valued.
Just Keep Swimming
A Wish For You
We Can't Thank You Enough
Angels Among Us
You're Truly Amazing.
We Couldn't Do This Without You.

Here to Help

TNAA offers a variety of mental wellness resources, many of which are free for you and your family to use (even without agency-provided insurance).

First Stop Health

First Stop Health, a free resource, connects you with a licensed counselor who can guide you through life’s stresses via phone or video call.

Chaplain Assistance Program

TNAA’s chaplain is a shoulder to lean on, a source of nondenominational spiritual care, or simply a listening ear.

Clinical Support

Our Clinical Services team is only a quick phone call, email, or text away to provide professional and emotional support.

#TNAAcares Events

We truly want to give TNAA travelers the best experience possible. As part of #TNAAcares, we’re hosting events focused on your wellbeing and highlighting the resources available to you. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to know when the live events will take place.

  • March 29 – TNAA’s Clinical Services Team – 10 a.m. CST on Facebook
  • April 12 – Traveling With a Family – 2 p.m. CST on Instagram
  • April 14 – Maximizing Adventure on Assignment – 2 p.m. CST on Instagram
  • April 19 – First-time Traveler Advice – 2 p.m. CST on Instagram
  • April 26 – How To Use Social Media in Travel Nursing – On Facebook
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