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Mental/Emotional Wellbeing

Healthy mind. Healthy outlook.

The healthier our mental state, the better we can process and understand information and experience. Likewise for our emotional wellbeing. Emotional health means being able to manage and express feelings derived from experiences. We strive to help every one of our members strengthen these two very important aspects of health and encourage all to reach out for help when needed. MIIA offers many sources of help.

AllOne Health Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

AllOne Health EAP is a confidential 24/7 counseling and referral service for help with problems large and small. Open to all employees and household members. Common work/family issues include couples counseling, parent/child issues, elder care resources, financial or legal concerns, and much more. The EAP helps managers with professional issues too, such as conflicts between co-workers, difficulties in supervision/management, dealing with difficult employees, building stronger teams, and improving communication. Call the toll-free number 800-451-1834 to speak to an EAP professional 24/7 or visit the website.

Learn to Live mental health program

Learn to Live provides free and confidential online programs for individuals and their family members (ages 13 or older) who are experiencing stress, anxiety & worry, depression, social anxiety, substance use, and insomnia. Includes assessments, learning modules, connecting with coaches and peers, and more. To get started, visit Learn to Live and enter the code: MIIA. All may participate regardless of health plan membership.

MindWise

Free and anonymous clinically validated self-assessment tools in areas such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, gambling addiction, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, and more. These tools will help you recognize mental health conditions that may be affecting your health and well-being. These self-tests provide a simple and private way to help you better understand the way you or a family member is feeling. The screenings allow you to find out whether or not a professional consultation would be helpful to you. No specific information about individuals is collected. Visit the website here.

Guided Relaxation Exercises

Mental Health Hotlines
Mental Wellbeing Articles