Mental, Emotional, Spiritual Health Resources
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Johns Hopkins Employee Assistance Program (JHEAP)
We know personal challenges can affect you at work and at home, and JHEAP is here to help. Johns Hopkins Medicine and Johns Hopkins University employees and their household family members have 24/7 access to confidential counseling and referral services.
Confidential services and resources include:
- 6 free short-term counseling sessions
- Emotional support to help manage stress (at work or home), emotional distress, a difficult life transition or other challenges
- Referrals for child care and elder care, pet care and household services
- Consultations for legal and financial services
The RISE Program team provides confidential peer-to-peer support for Johns Hopkins employees who have experienced a stressful, work-related incident. The RISE is available to all members of the Johns Hopkins community 24/7. Information for Employees here. Public access to information about RISE here.
Chaplains provide spiritual care to our employees in addition to supporting our patients, and are located at each hospital. Hopkins employees Chaplains from different faith traditions. Learn more about the program on their website or access this flyer with contact information for Chaplains at each hospital.
Johns Hopkins Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences treats adults, adolescents and children. Learn more about care provided in community, hospitals and in specialty clinics. Call 410-955-5212 to request and appointment.
The University Health Service Mental Health program is available to Hopkins students, residents, fellows, and trainees, and provides treatment, including medication evaluation and medication management, and individual therapy. Learn more including location and hours of operation. After Hours Care or call 410-955-1892.
Stress Less Video Series
We know that life can be stressful. As we move through our days, the feeling of stress can accumulate in our physical bodies and lead us to feeling overwhelmed, anxious and “stressed out.” This video series offers short mindfulness and body-based practices that can be done in 5 minutes or less to help you manage stress as you move through your day, at work and at home.View the Playlist
All Johns Hopkins staff have free access to the Calm app with guided meditation, bedtime stories, soothing music and relaxation tools.
Instructions: New users will need to create an account at calm.com/jhu and follow these steps:
Dr. Carolyn Fowler, Senior Director for Nurse Well-Being answers questions posed by frontline staff. Use these short videos to in huddles, meetings, or retreats. Designed to help us process stressful events and cope with the challenging work of healthcare.
Find resources at Hopkins to find support, and build relationships with colleagues to support well-being.
Interested in connecting with—and giving back to—our neighboring communities? Want to meet and serve with new people in the Hopkins family? Hopkins' many service, charitable and community programs are a great place to start.
Healthy at Hopkins offers a wide range of opportunities for our Hopkins family to come together and to support each other towards a more healthy lifestyle.
Designed to support employees who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis or caring for someone with cancer.
Printable flyer with contact information for each mental, emotional and spiritual health support service. Look for your work location to find the direct phone and pager numbers.
Postcards (4x6) with contact information for the support services, customized for each hospital location. Download print ready files here.
Printable educational flyer on recognizing signs of distress in ourselves and in our colleagues.
A curated list of resources to help managers and well-being committees design and implement well-being programming for teams.