Stress Management Resources

Through RHA’s Wellness Program, “Raising Health Awareness”, we strive to help employees, family members and the individuals we support to make healthy lifestyle choices that include preventative care, nutrition and physical activity.


Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)


Your EAP can help you resolve a broad range of issues, including:
  • Marriage, Relationship and Family Problems
  • Problems at Work
  • Changes in Mood
  • Legal and Financial Issues
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Alcohol and Drug Dependency
  • Identity Theft
  • Health and Wellness Concerns.

Contact EAP at 1-844-763-8543.


Health Advocate
You LifeLine for Healthcare and Insurance Help!


Health Advocate is a FREE service that can save you time, money and worry. You can access a personal Health Advocate 24/7 at (866) 695-9622. They can help you cut through the red tape and assist you with complex conditions, find specialists, clarify your insurance coverage, work on claim denials and help negotiate medical bill payments. Health Advocate is available to you, your spouse, dependents, parents, and parents-in-law!


Other Stress Management Resources
  • www.helpguide.org – A trusted non-profit guide to mental health and well-being.
  • www.heart.org – Click the Getting Healthy tab for tips on stress management, physical activity, quitting smoking, weight management and more.
  • www.stresstips.com – A practical approach to managing stress at work and everyday living. Join the mailing list to receive a free weekly tip.

5 Proactive Health Tips to Reduce Stress

Have an exercise break!
Go for a walk, do some stretches,
take the stairs – just get moving!

Start a Stress Journal
Keeping track of when you feel stressed will
help identify patterns and common themes.

Learn how to say “no”
Know your limits and stick to them
so 
you will not feel constantly overwhelmed.

Express your feelings instead of bottling them up
You can call the confidential EAP hotline
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Make time for fun and relaxation!
Spend time in nature, call a friend,
take a long bath or listen to music.
Find something 
you love to do!
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Bob Turner,
Feb 13, 2017, 1:02 PM
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Bob Turner,
Feb 13, 2017, 1:05 PM
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