Chaplaincy to restaurant workers

From the Hanna Raskin of the Post and Courier:

Chaplain experienced in crisis counseling now tends to restaurant workers’ mental health

“Studies show the hospitality industry has a higher rate of substance use disorder than any other employment sector, with 17 percent of its workers dependent on drugs or alcohol. Experts say long hours, low pay, an unrelenting kitchen culture and the physical toll of restaurant work contribute to the mental health issues that bedevil the food-and-beverage industry.” Read more at the Post and Courier.