New mental health resources from Navigate
Mental health can be a challenge for some employees in the best of times. But during the uncertainty and upheaval of the COVID-19 outbreak, even more people are struggling.
In fact, an April 2020 survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation revealed that nearly half (45%) of U.S. adults said their mental health has been negatively affected by coronavirus-related worry and stress.
That makes an organization’s wellbeing program more important than ever. Navigate is here to help—with an array of new mental health resources.
Partnership with Psych Hub
We’re offering access to mental health education and resources through our new partnership with Psych Hub. Psych Hub is one of the world’s largest online platforms of digital education on mental health. They have taken online education to a new level with courses proven to drive behavior change.
Together, Navigate and Psych Hub will provide resources on a variety of topics including mental health, substance use, suicide prevention, care giving and more. Psych Hub’s development process integrates the latest research and clinical oversight with creative artists and innovative instructional designers to ensure their resources are current, engaging, informed, clinically sound and non-triggering.
Navigate clients using the Optimized product now have access to all of the Psych Hub courses. If your clients aren’t subscribers to our Optimized product, reach out to find out how they can upgrade today.
New video learning courses on resilience
Resilience—the ability to cope with adversity—is a vital skill for maintaining a positive outlook and nurturing a sense of self-worth. That’s why Navigate created five new resilience video courses for our customers. We know how important these resources are – especially right now.
We partnered with Dr. Kent L. Bradley, MD, MPH, MBA, and board-certified in public health and preventive medicine to address the five key strategies for building resilience: Gratitude, Confidence, Purpose, Positivity and Relationships.
Participants can choose their own paths through the courses, using a wealth of additional resources as they see fit. Extra resources include key takeaways and habits, as well as recommended apps, books, podcasts, articles and challenges.
Help provide support when it’s needed the most
Our new mental health resources are designed to help participants through hard times—fostering engagement by offering support when it’s needed the most. If you have a question about these new resources, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call us at 888-282-0822. Be well!