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Magellan Healthcare Webinar – How to Stay Connected and Keep Seniors Safe During COVID-19

Together we can Stamp out Stigma

Did you know that mental health and substance use disorders are more common than many physical illnesses like heart disease and diabetes? Together, we can stamp out stigma by recognizing that mental health should have the same priority as physical health, talking about experiences and making sure people get the treatment they need and begin the recovery process. Practice these tips to stamp out stigma:

  • Don’t let stigma create self-doubt and shame
  • Talk openly about mental health
  • Speak out against stigma
  • Get treatment
  • Join a support group

Three Tips to Take Care of your Emotional Health Flyer

Stamp out Stigma Flyer

Momentum Managing Emotional Well being Newsletter

It’s okay to not feel okay coloring sheet


September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

This is a time to show compassion for those affected by suicide, to raise awareness about suicide risk and to connect individuals with suicidal thoughts to treatment services.

  1. Suicide affects everyone, not just victims. Suicide impacts family and friends long after the loss of a loved one.
  2. If you feel someone is at risk, take time to talk with them. Research shows that people who are having thoughts of suicide feel relief when someone asks after them in a caring, non-judgmental way.
  3. Help them stay safe. Studies show that fewer suicides occur when people have less access to lethal means (firearms, certain medications, etc.).
  4. Encourage supportive connections. If someone is at risk, help them create a network of people and resources for support. This will help them take positive action and reduce feelings of isolation and hopelessness.

Click on the resources below to learn more

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
Keep up the Momentum and Stop the Stigma!
The Rewarding Road to Recovery
September 2020 Newsletter: Recovery and Substance Use Awareness
September 2020 Newsletter: Strive to Understand Mental Health Challenges

Betterhelp

Betterhelp Virtual therapy, Get help when and where you need it.

If you are interested in our Betterhelp program. please look into the Betterhelp Flyer and if you have any questions you can look into the Frequently Asked Questions Virtual Therapy pdf file.

Better Help Flyer

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Consider An Additional Trilogy Employee Benefit!

As you’ve noticed, Trilogy offers various benefits to its employees, and one that deserves special recognition is the BeWell Employee Assistance Program powered by Magellan Health. This program offers various resources to all employees (includes PRN), to include::

  • stress management
  • emotional wellness
  • personal and family goals
  • workplace success
  • overall wellness and balance

Additional services include free legal and financial consultation, which are also accessible for household members too, at no cost!

If you have any questions or want to learn more information about the Employee Assistance Program, please call the BeWell EAP phone number at 1(800)-424-4039.

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What Does Our EAP Provide?

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BeWell Handouts

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Tobacco Cessation

Thinking about quitting smoking? Learn about our tobacco cessation support as part of the Employee Assistance Program!

Learn More About Clickotine

Click Here for The Clickotine Flyer

 

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Wellbeing Webinar Calendar

Be engaged in conversations regarding employee wellness through monthly webinars!

Click Here for The Webinar Schedule