Stress Management and Emotional Support
Taking time for yourself is necessary for your own health as well as your ability to care for others.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to all Texas Health employees, whether you are PRN, Part-Time or Full-Time. The EAP is also available to eligible members of your household. The program is completely free and is available 24/7 to offer confidential counseling, child care resources, elder care resources, legal services, financial services and more.
For more information about the EAP, visit www.BeHealthyTHR.org/eap. To speak with a counselor, call 1-877-MyTHRLink (1-877-698-4754) and select option 4 and select 4 again, or call 682-236-6861.
To view online resources available right now, from any device, click here.
Voluntary Self-Care Check-In
Self-Care Check-Ins are voluntary, virtual group conversation to discuss topics related to positive coping skills, enhancing resiliency and stress relief hosted by the Texas Health Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Find out more about Self-Care Check-Ins and the upcoming scheduled sessions here.
Texas Health Chaplains
Texas Health Chaplains are onsite and available to help you through hard and stressful times related to work and family life. Chaplains provide a compassionate and supportive presence not just to patients but to you as well. Information on how to contact a Chaplain can be found here.
Headspace: free premium access is available to all employees of Texas Health. Information on how to get enroll can be found here.
Sanvello Digital Care: Free access to Sanvello, a provider of digital and tele-mental health solutions, is available to anyone and everyone. Sanvello offers guided journeys, coping tools, mindfulness meditation and more. Download the Sanvello app for free from the App Store or Google Play to create an account to being using this tool. Premium access to Sanvello is available to Texas Health employees enrolled in UnitedHealthcare coverage.
- UnitedHealthcare/Optum Emotional Support Line: Even if you’re not a member of UHC, this support line is open to anyone and everyone! Call 1-866-342-6892. The line is open 24/7.
- Texas Health and Human Services Mental Health Support: Offers COVID-19-related mental health support for all Texans. People can call the Statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week toll-free at 833-986-1919.
- My Healthy My Resources of Tarrant County: Services are available by calling or texting the MHMR ICARE Call Center at 817-335-3022. Trained mental health professionals are available 24/7/365.
Care through the Medical Plan:
If you are enrolled in medical coverage through Texas Health, find an in-network professional counselor (master level clinician), psychiatrist, or psychologist, select Behavioral Health when you go to www.myUHC.com or www.myQHresource.com to search for a provider.
- For employees enrolled in UHC medical plan options, register at talkspace.com/connect to virtually connect with a licensed therapist.
- Survival Kit: A handy guide for parents and families to thrive during COVID-19
Care Team Support Resources
- Coping with COVID-19
- Building Resiliency During COVID-19
- Managing Stress
- Mental Health Resources
- Transitioning from Work to Home
- Working From Home
- Facing Challenges with Strength: Learning to Be Resilient
- Stress management worksheet
- Supporting Children’s Emotional Well-Being
- Mental Health Connection of Tarrant County: Resources and Services
- Love for the Frontline through Optum: Videos, tips and resources for frontline workers
- Resources for Living (RFL) through Aetna
- Building Hope
- Giving Back
- Managing Stress