May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Check out these resources at UW Medicine, UW and beyond to support you and your colleagues.
- Request help from a peer supporter for yourself or a colleague via the Peer to Peer Program.
- Employee Mental Health Support (EMHS) program helps UW Medicine employees and their household members who live in Washington navigate the variety of mental health resource options at UW Medicine and in the community.
- UW CareLink connects you with experts who help you or your family members navigate life’s challenges.
- National Physician Support Line helps U.S. physician colleagues and medical students navigate the many intersections of personal and professional lives.
- For resources for individuals under the age of 18, call the Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens (833.303.5437) at Seattle Children’s Hospital, which is designed to help people access care in the community.
- Explore more resources on the Employee Mental Health Resources page.
Mental Health and Substance Misuse: How Managers Can Help Employees and Colleagues on May 31 at 12:30 p.m.
Workshop Addressing Toll of the Pandemic on UW Medicine Healthcare Staff on June 21 at 4 p.m.