Holiday reminder: wellness resources are available


The holiday season can be a stressful and difficult time, and there are resources available to help you.


The holiday season can be a stressful and difficult time, and there are resources available to help you.

UNC-Chapel Hill

UNC-Chapel Hill Employee Assistance Program

From financial pressures to stress at work and family issues, life can be tough. If you need assistance, the UNC-Chapel Hill EAP is available. The EAP is a confidential counseling and resource program designed to help University employees and their families deal with personal and professional concerns.

UNC-Chapel Hill Call a counselor: 877-314-5841 (24/7)

Available to University employees and their families 24 hours a day by phone and online at www.guidanceresources.com.

UNC psychological counseling and services: 919-966-3658 (24/7)

CAPS is committed to meeting the mental health needs of the diverse student body at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Campus Recreation Jingle Bell Jog

Registration for the 31st Annual Jingle Bell Jog for UNC-Chapel Hill Employees is open until December 2. Participants can run, jog or walk across campus to kick off the holiday season.

UNC Health

UNC Health Integrated Wellness Program

The UNC Health Integrated Wellness Program website includes a range of personal care resources, self-help resources, crisis support resources and more.

Healing Heroes Helpline (H3): 984-215-5655
Fatigue at work? Stress? Not sure what you need? H3 offers a free, brief and confidential conversation with a licensed mental health care provider. Available to all UNC Health teammates.

Outpatient psychiatry – Taking care of our own: 984-974-5217, option 2
Support and wellness virtual tours for all faculty and staff at UNC across the health system. Insurance is accepted for these appointments.

Hope4Healers Hotline: 919-226-2002
Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, this helpline provides mental health and resilience support to those under stress of being on the front line of Carolina’s COVID-19 response. North. Managed by NCDHHS, this service is available to North Carolina healthcare professionals, emergency medical specialists, first responders, other staff working in healthcare facilities, and their families.

Hope4NC Hotline: 855-587-3463
Connects all North Carolinians to emotional support and mental health resources to help them develop coping skills and resilience in times of crisis. Managed by NCDHHS, this helpline is available free of charge.

Physician Support Line: 1-888-409-0141
A national, free and confidential support line created to provide peer support to American physicians and medical students.


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