What are some things I can do about workplace stress?
- Recognize you're experiencing workplace-related stress.
- Try to figure out what’s making you feel stressed and see if there’s a way to solve it.
- Get support from your supervisor, Human Resources (HR), an Employee Assistance Program, or a peer support member.
- • Take care of your mental health and overall health by:
- Talking to your doctor or looking for professional support
- Eating healthy
- Making sure you add movement or exercise into your daily routine
- Setting boundaries between work time and non-work time
- Practicing mindfulness
Resources for Problems at Work
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 24/7 free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.
Behavioral Health Services Navigation Line
When you call the Intermountain Behavioral Health Services Navigation line, you can expect to talk to someone who can help you access your needs and connect you with the right resources.
Intermountain offers free guided mindfulness classes that can help reduce stress.
Employee Assistance Program
Some companies offer an employee assistance program through Intermountain Healthcare. Ask your HR department to learn more.
Connect Care: Behavioral Health
Connect Care virtual appointments can be done anywhere in Utah, Idaho, or Nevada using your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
The Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator sponsored by the Subtance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration can you help you anonymously seek behavioral health treatment anywhere in the United States.
For self-guided mental health, access myStrength for free with registration code MYHEALTHPLUS. Download the app on Apple App Store/Google Play or: