Depression and Suicide Awareness
11-minute video about the link between depression and suicide as told by medical experts and a family impacted by depression and a serious attempt to take one's life.
Coping with the Holidays
After the death of a loved one, many find it helpful to meet with othres who have also experienced a loss and talk about how to get through the holidays. The Pathways Center for grief & Loss Provides a variety of support options during the holiday season.
Click here for information about support options in Lancaster County.
Click here for informatin about support options in York County
Call the Pathways Center at (717) 391-2413 or (800) 924-7610 to register for any or all of these FREE sessions. www.pathwaysthroughgrief.org
Together we can do more to help the 1 in 4 Americans who live with mental illness. Who is your 1 in 4? A family member, friend or co-worker struggling with depression, ADHD, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or substance abuse? Use the following tabs to seek information on specific topics. Need something else? Email us at WellSpanEAP@WellSpan.org.
Coping with Tragic Events
*In light of recent events involving the multiple natural disasters that have impacted millions of Americans to the violence in the news, highlighted by the tragic shootings, people are experiencing many heightened emotions that range from fear and anxiety to anger and sadness. We want to offer some resources to share with coworkers and family as they continue to be exposed to the images and stories of violene, loss and devastation in the news. Click on the links below to learn more.
Coping with Violence and Terrorism in the News
Tips for Helping Families and Children Cope with Tragic Events