May is Mental Health Month. According to the World Health Organization, mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.
We offer a variety of programs and resources to help you manage life’s challenges, whether it be work or personal. No matter the challenge, LifeWorks can help. What are you waiting for? Give it a try!
- Childcare. LifeWorks can provide guidance on topics such as tantrums, stress, keeping your child safe online and much more. LifeWorks can also help you find child care, plan ahead for back-up child care, or search for and choose a summer camp for your child.
- Eldercare. Seek expert advice on a wide range of elder care issues, including finding housing options and community resources, paying for care, caring for a loved one and handling caregiver stress.
- Simple everyday stuff. Need to find a housecleaner? Trying to figure out who can pick up/drop off your dry cleaning and save yourself an errand? Looking for someone who can cook for you to give yourself a break? Often times we think……if only…but never get around to finding that person! LifeWorks can do the busy work for you.
- Unexpected life events. LifeWorks can also help you manage some of the harder things in life that you may encounter, such as illness, death or divorce. During times of sorrow and loss, know that there are resources available to support you and your loved ones, including toolkits, articles and checklists to help support any financial, legal, or other matters you may be facing. You can speak with professionally trained consultants for help with a variety of issues that may be affecting your personal or work life, such as health and safety concerns, financial and legal topics, relationship and family matters, work issues, and more.
To get started, visit LifeWorks and enter the user ID "jhancock" and the password "lifeworks". You may also call 888-456-1324.
No problem is too big or too small, and, LifeWorks is 100% confidential. For more information on how LifeWorks may be able to help, contact them today.