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Whether you want to learn about available Aetna® mental wellbeing programs and resources or talk to someone who can help you manage stress, we’re here for you.
Aetna Resources for LivingSM mental wellbeing services has set up crisis support lines anyone can access.
All members have 24/7 access to the Aetna Nurse Health Line. To talk to a nurse, call 1-800-556-1555 (TTY: 711).
COVID-19 is bringing a lot of changes to our lives, including stress and anxiety. We’ve put together these resources to help you cope during this challenging time.
These national resources can help you manage many of today’s challenges, like protecting your health, coping with stress and finding caregiver support.
You’re managing the unknown, but you’re not alone. Explore wellbeing support to cope with stress and anxiety.
Even heroes need support. If you’re a health care worker, or know someone who is, these resources offer special support to help manage stress, emotional fatigue and more.
Hospital workers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut can get free mental health counseling from licensed providers through the national nonprofit Give an Hour®.
Life looks and feels different now for all of us, including our children. These resources offer tips to help kids cope with coronavirus, fun things to do together and more.
If you’re facing the loss of a friend or loved one or know someone who is, these resources are here to lend support.
Whether you’re home alone or with a family of 10, it’s natural to feel a little disconnected. Get simple ways to find support and reconnect.
Now more than ever, it’s important to take care of you. Get self-care tips to help you sleep better, eat healthier, practice mindfulness and more.
You can also find support to stay resilient through challenges like adjusting to remote work, managing burnout or coping with job loss.
Job loss resources:
You can find additional self-service wellbeing resources — along with helpful information on prescriptions, childcare, meal delivery and more — in our downloadable guide.
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