The resurgence of COVID-19 due to the Delta and Omicron variants continues to strain our healthcare, and behavioral health workforce. Changing workflows, increased workload, fear of illness, and job insecurity all contribute to burnout. Behavioral health providers are pushed to the limits of their mental, emotional, and professional bandwidth with no signs of reprieve. Support and administrative staff are taking on new responsibilities and are more frequently isolated from coworkers. As the demand for mental health services remains high, the impact to our workforce continues to grow.