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COVID-19 - Employee Assistance Program Resources
During this difficult time, our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider has created a COVID-19 Resource Center to help you and your family members.
Simply go to www.theEAP.com/HealthCare-EAP and click on the employee and family login. Once you register or login, click on the red and white Coronavirus (COVID-19) link. You will find hundreds of videos, articles, webinars and trainings to help you. Just some of the resources include Coronavirus prevention, help with children at home, caring for elderly relatives, family members working from home, financial issues and much more. And, they are updating the Resource Center each week with new information.
As always, they’re here to help you. And if you are feeling overwhelmed at this stressful time, remember your EAP is just a phone call away. Simply call, 800-252-4555. You’ll connect directly with a professional counselor who is ready to provide in-the-moment counseling and support.
Stress Relief and Coping Resources for our NVNA and Hospice Team
This is one of the most stressful times of our lives and our healthcare careers. Thank you for everything you are doing to help our patients and our community. Our NVNA an Hospice social work team and other clinicians have generously shared some resources to help us reduce stress and cope. Do you have something to share? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Social Work Team is Here for You – Our social workers are trained, licensed mental health professionals who would love to be of service to our NVNA and Hospice employees and their families. No issues too small and their phones are on every day…so dial us up! We also have a “Social Work” group email in Outlook for general community resource questions. But, a phone call would be the best fit a more personal and confidential conversation.
- Mindfulness Meditation – Our own Bereavement Coordinator Karen Gore, LICSW shared this exercise developed by Elan Shapiro to help our team with stress reduction.
- Eye of the Hurricane Meditation – Our Clinical Social Worker Supervisor, Beth Spaulding, LICSW offers a meditation exercise as one way to promote personal wellness, lessen the threat from the outside world, regain a sense of control and take care of yourself during this turbulent time.
- There is NO Emergency in a Pandemic – Our own Director Palliative Care Consult Service/Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner, Nicole DePace MS, APRN, GNP-BC, ACHPN shared this thoughtful message with her team.
- Free Yoga, Meditation and Barre for Health Care: Our CEO, Renee McInnes shared that Asana Charlestown wants to support all health care workers during this crisis. They are offering full access – at no cost – to live-streaming Yoga, Meditation and Barre classes.
- Video for Self-Care Technique: Karen Gore, LICSW shared that she is part of an EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) Task Force to help reduce the trauma of this pandemic for front line workers. She says, one of the big differences in this experience is that it is not a one day disaster but a marathon, in which we are in together. Karen has been given permission to share the link from a well- respected Doctor in the field of EMDR/EEI, Dr. Jarero has many years of Trauma/Disaster relief experience.
- Mental health resources and helplines
- Common Responses to Trauma and Coping Strategies
- Stigma-Viruses don’t discriminate and neither should we
- Maintaining Emotional Health & Well-Being During the COVID-19 Outbreak – Massachusetts Department of Public Health offers extensive resources including mental health crisis support, how to reduce anxiety and feelings of social isolation and more:
- Call 2-1-1 and choose the “CALL2TALK” option.
- Samaritans is continuing operations 24/7, as always. During this unprecedented time, it can feel overwhelming to receive constant messages about COVID-19. Call or text their 24/7 helpline any time at 877-870-4673.
- The Disaster Distress Helpline, 1-800-985-5990, is a 24/7, 365-day-a-year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster, including disease outbreaks like COVID-19. This toll-free, multilingual, and confidential crisis support service is available to all residents in the United States and its territories.
- Stress & Coping – CDC offers ideas for parents, domestic violence information and tips for managing daily life.
- 17 Totally Normal Things to Feel Right Now – Jamie McGowan shared this article from self.com
- The Heart of Nurse – This blog intends to offer emotional nourishment for nurses and caring people in all settings. This was shared by a Board Member and Nurse.
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