Jason Wahler is finding a way to help families who've faced the worst during the coronavirus pandemic.
"The Hills" star has teamed up with singer Hilary Roberts and her organization, Red Songbird Foundation, to launch a campaign called #GiveGriefAChance. The organization is offering free therapy to families who've lost someone to the pandemic.
"We're looking to help at least 20 people with up to 12 therapy sessions at no cost, who are grieving during COVID-19," Jason said in an Instagram video posted to Hilary's account.
Families, the organization says, haven't been able to grieve normally due the social distancing measures.
"We're asking for everyone's support in sharing the message, so that we can reach as many people that could really benefit from this," Hilary said. "We are grateful for everyone that is helping us heal the people from the darkness of their past."
The campaign launched earlier this month. Last year, the reality TV star became the co-chair and marketing director for the nonprofit, which, according to its website, aims to help individuals dealing with addiction and trauma survival-related issues.
The free therapy sessions are being conducted via Zoom.
Those hoping to get the free therapy sessions have until June 1 to fill out a questionnaire on the organization's website in order to be considered.