The survey aims to help those working in music
Grammy affiliated mental health charity MusiCares has created a survey aimed at gauging the mental effect of coronavirus on those working in the music industry, asking about alcohol, drugs, mental health, money and satisfaction.
Going live on World Mental Health Day (Oct 10), the survey is available to take until November 9th and will aims “to better understand the circumstances and well-being of individuals who are earning their living working in music”.
With a lack of government support, MusiCares have stepped in to financially help over 19,000 artists and industry workers since the start of the pandemic.
You can find more and take the survey here.
Results will be released early next year.