We realize that during these challenging times you may experience increased levels of stress and anxiety and burnout. We wanted to make you aware of resources that you can take advantage of to help cope.
Employee Assistance Program
Harvard’s EAP, provided by KGA, has counselors available 24/7 to help. Note: KGA is now offering both telehealth counseling and chat options. KGA can also assist in identifying local care providers to meet back-up care needs. Register on their website for articles, resources, tools, and training programs: 1- 877-327-4278 (877-EAP-HARV).
Free Membership – 10% Happier App
Harvard University is providing a free membership to the 10% Happier App for benefits eligible staff and faculty. For more information and instructions to download, please see the FAQ.
Be sure to check the Employee Development & Wellness Program Calendar for virtual programming on topics such as mindfulness, yoga, resilience, managing stress and more. We are continually updating the calendar, so be sure to check back frequently.
Financial Wellness Information
If you are struggling financially due to the impact from COVID-19, we have compiled information to help you manage.
Staying active can seem daunting but reaseach show’s it’s critial to your mental health. Here are some ideas and resources that can help you get moving.
Managers can find DIB, remote work, and live workshops and trainings in the Manager-Specific Resources and Trainings Guide.
Samaritans, a crisis hotline, 877-870-4673. https://samaritanshope.org/