Well-Being Resources Available During Mental Health Awareness Month & Beyond

April 27, 2020
Mental well-being brochure cover artwork

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Your mental well-being is important, especially in light of the many challenges resulting from COVID-19. To learn about the resources available to you and your family, see our new Mental Health Brochure mailed to all benefits-eligible employees’ homes and available in a printable PDF on our website.

In addition, Carebridge, the University’s Employee Assistance Program provider, is offering the following webinar:

Dispel the Stigma: Be an Advocate for Mental Health

Caring for one’s mental health is a fundamental component of well-being. When mental health ailments develop, it can be difficult to know what to do. In this webinar, participants learn how to become a mental health advocate by promoting positive mental health and identifying mental health symptoms, misconceptions, and stigmas. In addition, participants learn about treatments and resources available. Register to watch this recording on demand.

For additional webinars, visit Carebridge Webinars to Support Employees During COVID-19.


For helpful benefits, well-being, work-related, and other information, refer to the HR Coronavirus Resources for Employees webpage.
For interim benefits updates, refer to Benefits Updates During COVID-19.
For current learning opportunities, refer to Learning & Development Updates During COVID-19.
For various time off benefits available, refer to Time Off Options for Staff Due to COVID-19.