May is Mental Health Month.  See below for a roundup of some free, some subscription resources for mental and emotional health.

  • Wisdom Labs' Mental and Emotional Wellness Response Kit
    • In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis your employees need relief from fear, uncertainty, and isolation. Wisdom Labs builds science-based solutions that address the difficulties your team is facing right now. To help alleviate the suffering we see all around us, we are offering our Wise@Work App and Virtual Communities Program for free for the next 90 days.




From carriers:

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

Behavioral Health Resources

The coronavirus has put a great deal of stress on everyone. People with mental health issues feel this stress more than the rest of us. Not being able to see other people or stick to familiar routines only makes things worse. But there are some easy steps we can take to ease the pressure.

Get plenty of sleep, eat well and exercise regularly. These three things can improve our thinking and our emotions. But no matter what you do, having a plan for dealing with the extra stress of coronavirus is very important.

Here are a few resources to help get you started:

Kaiser Permanente

[DOWNLOAD] Kaiser Permanente May Monthly Health Topic - Mental Health and Wellness

Kaiser Permanente Telehealth | Video Visit | Mental & Behavioral Health Resources


A webinar on facing stress related to COVID-19

With the worldwide concern over the coronavirus, employees are understandably anxious about their health, job, and family security. We realize these are difficult times and want to provide our clients with resources to help ease their employees’ minds.

That’s why Cigna created a webinar that we encourage clients to share with their employees. The on-demand webinar, Managing Anxiety: Coronavirus Fears & Concerns, offers helpful guidance on practical steps we all can take to protect our emotional health.


Aetna | We’re Here for You | COVID-19 Support

Aetna Resources for Living


Staying Healthy and Managing Daily Life


Bonus! Check out Potomac's downloadable wellness newsletter for May with resources from Mental Health America.

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