Additional Support

We understand that along with financial hardships, many individuals are also experiencing a drastic toll on their mental health with regard to COVID-19. For any individuals that are currently managing mental health disorders (anxiety, depression, bi-polar disorder, etc), please be sure to check with your mental health professional during this time if you are experiencing an increase in your symptoms.

In addition to your regular care, the Canadian Mental Health Association is working hard to continuously update their website with resources related to pressures, anxiety and other stressors in the midst of this pandemic. For more information, please visit their website here. They also have a 24/7, toll-free crisis line at1-833-456-4566.

Some other programs that may assist you and help reduce the mental and emotional burdan of this situation can be found below:

Employee Assistance Program (EAP): This dedicated program is providing the following:

  • 24/7 confidential access to professional support to help employees manage stress, anxiety, grief, financial concerns, and much more.
  • Employees and managers can connect to get support by phone, video, or chat anytime, anywhere.
  • Vast library of online resources for coping with trauma, building resiliency, self-care, managing change, and more.
  • Manager consultations to support leaders in dealing with sensitive workplace situations.

Click here to visit their website and learn more.

First Access: This program provides global support for unique needs and for organizations who are not EAP clients. Some of the features they offer are:

  • Counselling and traumatic event support to address unique needs worldwide>
  • Allows organizations - even those without a formal EAP in place - to access support services, as needed, to ensure timely and effective issue resolution

Click here to visit their website and learn more.

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