Caregiver Assistance Program
What Keeps You Up at Night?
If you are feeling anxious, stressed or depressed, support from the Caregiver
Assistance Program can help put your mind at ease. That's why our
Caregiver Assistance Program is there for you at no cost. Check out the
free services offered.
My Guide to Mental Health Resources: It's Ok to Not Be Ok
As our organization strives to create Health for a Better World, we remain
committed to our promise: “know me, care for me, ease my way.”
This includes caring for the physical, emotional and spiritual health
of all our caregivers. It’s our goal to help you feel supported
at work and at home with resources to grow and be successful.
This Guide to Mental Health Resources has been created by your colleagues
as part of the Choose Well program. It is designed to help you feel empowered
with the resources, training materials and support to talk about behavioral
health and reduce stigma within your team and loved ones.
This toolkit contains flyers, reflections, activities and articles that
can be shared and used in meetings and huddles. We hope that you will
find topics that resonate with you as you work through the toolkit at
your own pace.
The caregiver well-being team is here to help answer questions you may
have about this toolkit and other caregiver well-being topics. Email us at
Warning Signs Campaign:
The goal of this campaign is to engage caregivers with a coordinated campaign
focusing on the warning signs of mental health issues. Mental health issues
often sneak up on people without them being fully aware. But the warning
signs are there, like chewed pen caps and stomach aches. The visual concept
dramatizes those warning signs, helping sneaky mental health symptoms
rise to the level of awareness and motivating people to take action by
reaching out to the Caregiver Assistance Program. Download and print these
flyers in your break areas:
Providence Health and Services-Alaska
Providence Health and Services
St. Joseph Health
St. Joseph Health-Nor Cal Hospital Only