Mental Health Awareness Month

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Now is the time to assess yourself or your situation and reach out for the mental health support you need.

Over the coming weeks, we will help you overcome the stigma often associated with asking for help with mental health issues. We will help you recognize your emotions, your ability to cope with the challenges in your life, and encourage you to reach out for support as soon as you need it. We will provide you with tools and resources to help you create healthy routines to increase your overall sense of well-being. 



Don't Wait - Get Help


EAP - FREE Tele-Counseling 24/7

Call: (628) 652-4600. Counselors are available for individual confidential telephone counseling and consultations for active employees.

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National Suicide Prevention 

Lifeline, a 24/7 hotline can be reached at (800) 273-8255


Health Plan Providers

Find Mental Health resources and support from your health plan provider. 

Mental Health Awareness

What is Mental Health and Why Does It Matter?

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act and can affect our physical health also. It helps determine how we deal with stress, relate to others, make choices and how we function at work and in our personal lives.

What Can Impact Mental Health?

Our mental health can have ups and downs - but that does not automatically mean we have a mental illness. Most of the time coping skills, trusted support systems, and resiliency, help people to work through difficulties.

What Is the Difference Between Mental Health & Mental Illness?

Mental illness refers to a wide range of conditions that can affect anyone. Mental illness can be caused by biological factors and requires professional help and should be seen as a medical condition.

Explore Mental Health

Explore these helpful resources:

Download No-cost apps: 
Insight Timer - An app for sleep, anxiety, and stress
Liberate - A safe space for people of color to develop a meditation practice
Sanvello - An app to help with stress, anxiety, and depression 

Stress First Aid: Creating A Culture of Support & Self-Care Workshops: 
May 17th | May 24th

Mental Health First Aid workshops: 
June 1st | June 6th

Working While Black Healing Circle 


What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is a persistent feeling of fear, nervousness, or worry, often accompanied by thoughts of dread about something or someone. Learn more here. 

When is it a problem? 
We all experience worry, and nervousness and feel anxious at different points in our lives. We are often able to deal with anxiety by talking to our trusted support system, exercising, practicing mindfulness, or problem-solving. 

What can you do about it? 
If you are experiencing anxiety that is impacting your life, get help early. Click here for a short video. 

Learn More About Anxiety

Explore these helpful resources: 

Mental Health Services from your Health Plan