Care for the whole you
Mental and emotional wellness are important parts of your total health. With rates of reported mental conditions on the rise, it’s important to take care of your mind as well as your body. That means living a healthy lifestyle, paying attention to how you feel, and doing simple things to improve your well-being. If you or a loved one needs help, start with these tips below:
Speak up if you’re struggling. Be honest with the people in your life about how you’re feeling. They can’t help unless they know you need their support.
Talk to your doctor. They can connect you with support and help you access care for depression, anxiety, addiction and recovery, and more — without a referral.
Seek treatment. Help is available and effective. If you don’t know where to start, talk to your care team and let them connect you to the support you need.
Mental health and wellness resources:
- Mental health content center with information about accessing care and more
- Addiction care content center with information about accessing care and more
- Depression, stress, alcohol, drug, and predict teen use assessments for early intervention
- Health classes and support groups
- Personalized healthy lifestyle programs
- Wellness coaching by phone for stress and sleep
- Most prescriptions mailed to your door (requires sign-on)
- Self-care apps for meditation, mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy
- Self-care resources to help manage depression, reduce stress, improve sleep, and more
- Find Your Words resilience and community mental health support resources
For mental health care appointments, call 1-833-KP-WITH-U (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.)