Wellness Starts With Knowledge

We understand the stress and challenges you face every day and the potential impact they have on your mental and physical health. Whether it’s tips on coping with stress, how to work from home, the importance of physical exercise, the value of community and so much more, awareness can make all the difference in a life well lived. Explore insights and resources below that can guide your journey.

Staying emotionally grounded and learning to cope with stress can head off serious issues before they can overwhelm. But when issues such as depression, substance abuse or suicidal thoughts gain strength, it’s important to seek help.

Fitness and nutrition play key roles in your overall well being. From workouts you can do at home, to learning healthy recipes, and advice for a good night’s sleep, you can gain strength over life’s challenges just by feeling better.

Being involved in a community serves as a reminder you’re not alone and can offer an added sense of purpose. Whether it’s joining recreational activities, volunteering or advocating for a favorite cause, community is where it all comes together.

Building Resilience

A PSYCHOLOGIST’S SCIENCE-BASED TIPS FOR EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

As the news about the coronavirus pandemic becomes grimmer, and governments and businesses issue closing or work-from-home directives, many of us are experiencing a variety of negative emotions. We feel anxiety in response to the uncertainty of the situation; sadness related to losing our daily sources of meaning and joy; and anger at whatever forces are to blame for bringing this upon us...

As a reminder, the information provided within this hub and any links you click on are for educational purposes only. It is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. You should always consult a healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for your own situation.

If any of the content on this hub triggers you in anyway please reach out to the national suicide prevention line 1-800-273-8255 (800-273-TALK).

Providence Employee COVID-19 Resources

The situation around COVID-19 is unprecedented. Much is being asked of you, and things are changing every day. This alone can increase anxiety. The toll of stress can be profound. You may need support now, more than ever, and we want to do everything we can to make sure you have the resources you need.

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