Find comfort, validation and the knowledge that you are not alone in your time of grief. This 10- week support group will assist those who’ve experienced a loss move through grief with education and support.
This group will meet Tuesdays from 12-1 PM from 10/15/19 to 12/17/19 at the EAP office located at 419 W. Redwood St. Suite 560
Please call 667-214-1555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for further information.
Living Life with a Loved One with a Alcohol or Drug Problem
will provide support, education and coping skills for employees who have family
or friends who drink or use drugs. If
you have struggled to understand why your loved one continues to drink or use
drugs despite consequences or if you are concerned that your own behaviors are
enabling them, this is a group that you want to attend.
This group will meet September 25, 2019- November 20, 2019 on Wednesdays from 12 pm-1 pm. It will take place at the Professional Building which is located at 419 West Redwood Street, Suite 560.
The groups are open ended and there are 15 slots, so please sign up as soon as possible to reserve your seat. Please call 667-214-1555 or email email@example.com to sign up or get further information.
UMMC Office of Workforce Engagement will be hosting monthly workshops to provide education, resources and support on topics including finances/money management, advanced planning and caring for loved ones. Attend one or all workshops and develop ways to reduce barriers and promote overall wellness.
Employees are welcome to attend and RSVP is not required but preferred. Contact Heather Kangas (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Are you overwhelmed with financial stress? Access KOFE webinars instantly for valuable information on money saving lessons. Here you can expand your knowledge of debt management, credit consolidation, student loan repayment, first time home buying, and increase overall financial wellness.
Access webinars and PowerPoint presentations instantly to improve financial literacy skills. Register and instantly access webinars.
2019 marks the 70th year Mental Health Month has been observed. Educate yourself and others while raising awareness for mental health. Check out Mental Health America’s Mental Health Month Toolkit for more information on work life balance, animal companionship, spirituality, humor and social connection.
National Public Health Week 2019 kicks off MONDAY 4/1/19!
Attend events and join in on conversations about focused on the 2019 theme:“Creating the Healthiest Nation: For Science. For Action. For Health.”
The Wellness Hub at UMB will be hosting events throughout the week designed to engage and inform on key public health issues in your local community, nationally and world wide. Check out events listed here.
During the week, we will celebrate the power of prevention, advocate for healthy and fair policies, share strategies for successful partnerships and champion the role of a strong public health system. For more information
Spring is a time for regrowth and renewal. Have you considered spring cleaning for the mind? It’s a great time to declutter negativity, drama and unnecessary stress from our lives. This rejuvenation period allows us to declutter our thoughts and feelings to help boost sense of self, recognize accomplishments, engage in new endeavors and start off the spring season feeling refreshed. What a great gift to give ourselves!
Declutter Toxic Relationships Bad Habits Negative Talk Negative Thoughts Release Anger and Resentments
Attend the 31st annual Tuerk Conference and gain up to date information on current issues in the field of mental health and addiction treatment. Participants will gain valuable information that will affect them and those they serve.
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Topic areas will include:
International drug treatment practices and policies in countries such as Portugal
Maryland’s response to Opioid Crisis
Medication assisted treatment
Medical Cannabis in Maryland; Cannabis in the Workplace
Suicide Prevention and Addiction
Reducing barriers to treatment
Harm Reduction strategies
Addiction and Pregnancy