Venus Williams, WTA Announce Free Mental Help Therapy Giveaway

BetterHelp, The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and Venus Williams on Thursday announced a program to provide $2 million of fre
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ST. PETERSBURG, Florida – BetterHelp, The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and Venus Williams on Thursday announced a program to provide $2 million of free mental health therapy to the public.

The innovative collaboration is designed to highlight the importance of mental health as part of overall health and well-being and destigmatize the process of seeking professional help for mental health challenges.

The $2 million USD free therapy giveaway will provide one month of free therapy through BetterHelp to those who sign up at www.betterhelp.com/venus , with the first $1 million USD immediately available and the second $1 million USD covered by BetterHelp for each ace hit by WTA players for the remainder of the 2021 WTA Tour season.

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