COVID-19 Resources

DIGITAL EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING PROGRAMS

CREATION Life Learn & Earns: You bring your lunch; we'll bring the knowledge. Join all the hot topics of improving your health and wellness.  Click Here to see our calendar of virtual events.

BigHealth: We understand that individuals may react differently to these types of crises. For some, this may include experiencing heightened anxiety or distress. Employees are invited to access the online mental health support programs, Sleepio and Daylight, at no cost. Experiencing worry and anxiety? Daylight teaches you proven tools and techniques to face difficult emotions and cope in challenging times. Get access to Daylight Here. Struggling with sleep? Sleepio teaches you how to fall asleep faster and stay asleep during the night. Get access to Sleepio Here

The Stress Recovery Effect: In The Stress Recovery Effect, researchers Nick Hall, PhD, and Dick Tibbits, DMin, introduce employees to their evidence-based solution for stress management in the workplace. Click Here to see our calendar of virtual events.

The Rest of Your Life: Developed by Dr. Rebecca Robbins, an internationally-recognized sleep expert, Dr. Manoucher Manoucheri, a physician and medical educator, and Todd Chobotar, a wholistic health writer, editor, and publisher — this course will give you the latest discoveries in sleep medicine, equip you with dozens of strategies to combat common sleep thieves, and help you create a personal action plan to take control of your rest.  Click Here to see our calendar of virtual events.

The Trust Transformation: Healthy relationships are built on trust. Join us for a course designed to help you achieve better results at work
and at home through improved relationships. Click Here to see our calendar of virtual events.

Meet the Author Sessions: We have partnered with AdventHealth Press to bring you featured special topics. Enjoy dedicated time with special guests, thought leaders, and authors from AdventHealth's industry - leading books as well as specialized topics to help you bring your best self to life- body, mind, and spirit.  Click Here to see our calendar of virtual events.

Enrich (Financial Education): Enrich is a new benefit from the AdventHealth Employee Health and Well-being team. The financial program is your one-stop destination for all personal finance questions—from budgeting to banking, insurance, investing, debt management and more! Visit our Online Platform Here. Login with your username and password, scroll down to the enrich tile under “from your sponsor”

Calm App: Relax with Calm, a simple mindfulness meditation app that bring clarity and peace of mind into your life: Click Here

EAP Resources: Resources for Living: Click Here (Username/Password: AdventHealth); MyStrength: Click Here (Access Code: AdventHealth)

Inspiration and Outlook:  Connect with us on our Facebook Group: Employee Health and Well-being

WW (formerly Weight Watchers): WW is Weight Watchers re-imagined! WW now includes everyone who seeks a healthier lifestyle, not just those who want to lose weight. WW is committed to helping you reach your wellness goals- to lose weight, eat healthier, move more, and develop a more positive mindset, or all of the above--by offering discounted pricing on WW offerings. Click Here to learn more about WW.

PROVIDER WELL-BEING RESOURCES

We know that healthcare professionals are on the front lines of caring for patients with confirmed or possible infection with coronavirus. That's why we have created a list of resources specifically to support you during this time. 

Nationwide Physician Support line: available for free! This is confidential, non affiliated with AdventHealth and no appointment necessary.  7 days/week 8 AM-12AM EST 1-888-409-0141 www.physicianssupportline.com 

Headspace for Providers: Live a healthier, happier, more well-rested life in just a few minutes a day with the popular medication and mindfulness app, Headspace. Click Here 

A video of a Family Medicine physician providing information on what Family Medicine physicians should know Click Here 

How to protect yourself from infection Click Here 

Information with graphs on coronavirus by a known social media physician Kevin, MD Click Here  

AdventHealth sponsored organization focused on wellbeing for physicians Click Here

Webinar- Imposter Syndrome and Physician Burnout: Click Here 

OTHER RESOURCES

NATIONAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Center for Disease Control and Prevention: CDC

To learn about guidance for travelers, please visit the CDC Guidance for Travelers section for more information

For travelers from China arriving in the US, please visit the CDC recommendations page

For warnings and recommendations issued by the CDC on reducing the risk of contracting coronavirus, visit the Traveler View page

For what to do if you are sick, please access the CDC Coronavirus Guide

For the myth buster page regarding the false information circulating about the virus, visit the myth buster section

For a map of public health laboratory testing for COVID-19, please visit the CDC’s testing in U.S. page. This map includes states and territories with one or more laboratories that have successfully verified and are currently using COVID-19 diagnostic tests. Contact your state health department regarding questions about testing in your region.

For interim guidance for businesses and employers, visit this page.

World Health Organization: WHO works worldwide to promote health and helps prevent emergencies by identifying risks and developing tools needed during outbreaks. WHO published a range of interim guidance for all countries on how they can prepare for the coronavirus, including how to monitor for sick people, test samples, treat patients, control infection in health centers, maintain the right supplies, and communicate with the public about this new virus. To learn more about the coronavirus and for updates, visit the WHO website for more information. To view commonly asked questions and answers about the coronavirus, visit the Q&A Page for more information For the most recent updates on Coronavirus, visit the Disease Outbreak News page. For travel safety tips regarding the spread of Coronavirus, please visit the Travel Advice page.

U.S. Department of State For information on current travel advisories for domestic and international travel, travel advisory levels and assistance for U.S. citizens, please visit the Department of State website here.

Aetna, Inc. - What you need to know To learn what you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak, visit here.

PBS Kids- How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus Outbreak For more information on how to talk to children about coronavirus, visit here. Mitigate the effects of home confinement on children during the COVID-19 outbreak – article can be found here.

Shopping List for Home Quarantine: Prepare your household for a possible quarantine by shopping for essentials. This how-to guide provides a list of items and their respective quantities to purchase in preparation for any unanticipated shutdowns or quarantines. Please keep in mind that items should be stocked, not hoarded, as everyone deserves access to resources.

 

EMOTIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES

EAP Resources: Resources for Living: Click Here (Username/Password: AdventHealth); MyStrength: Click Here (Access Code: AdventHealth)

Daily Strength- Getting better together, knowing when you need help is a sign of strength. Share your experience and join a support group to connect with those on the same path here.

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration): Helpline: (800) 662-4357 This organization provides information, education and access to substance abuse and mental illness programs nationwide. The Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator is a search tool to locate behavioral health and substance abuse/addiction services. You can access this tool by clicking on the following link. After completing the search criteria, you can view a list of treatment providers, their contact information and other pertinent details. You may also call the number above to receive free and confidential information about treatment services in your area.

National Council for Behavioral Health The NCBH operates nationally and connects individuals to local behavioral health providers in their area. For assistance in locating a therapist or other trained professional, please visit their website

Reporting Abuse to the Domestic Violence Hotline: The Domestic Violence hotline can be accessed via the Internet at https://www.thehotline.org/ or via telephone at 1-800-799-SAFE(7233). The Domestic Violence Hotline offers an anonymous report feature, which enables a victim or a friend of victim to report an incident without giving their legal name.

 

GROCERY MEAL AND DELIVERY APP

*Team members will need to copy & paste, or manually type chosen link directly into browser. Use of a personal device is recommended for this section.

www.instacart.com – order groceries

www.shipt.com – order groceries

www.doordash.com – order from restaurants

www.ubereats.com – order from restaurants

www.grubhub.com – order from restaurants

www.postmates.com – order from restaurants

www.favor.com – order from restaurants

www.blueapron.com – meal kit service

www.hellofresh.com – meal kit service

 

PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY

CVS Prescription Delivery

Walgreen’s Prescription Delivery

Wegmans Prescription Delivery

Walmart Prescription Delivery

Kmart Prescription Delivery

 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

AdventHealth Foundation | Hope Fund, Honor a Caregiver & Supply DonationsRight now, there is a growing need to support AdventHealth employees who have been financially affected by COVID-19. Through the 1908 Society Hope Fund, your gift can provide emergency assistance to those who need it most. Visit Adventhealth.com/HopeFund to make a gift today. Leave an encouraging Thank you note to honor a caregiver, and learn more by contacting the foundation about what items and supplies are being accepted.

211 United Way-2-1-1 operates nationwide and connects callers to human service information. This service operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even during disasters. Information and resources may be provided for a variety of needs including shelter, cell phone power stations, rent/utility assistance, and disaster response programs. Dial 211 from your cellphone to speak with a trained information and referral specialist. Calls are routed to service centers based on your geographic location. You may also search online for resources or find the local number for your local 211 service center by visiting this site.

The Community Action Partnership serves the economically disadvantaged nationwide. Services include case management, rent/utility assistance, financial counseling, and an array of other community programming. To learn more, please visit the community action partnership website.

The Salvation Army is a Christian non-profit organization that operates nationwide. Their services include case management, rent/utility assistance, soup kitchens, and food banks. To locate the Salvation Army closest to you, visit the salvation army

NeedyMeds serves as a national hub for discounts and rebates on medical supplies, prescriptions, and over the counter medicine. This organization also connects the uninsured/underinsured to low-cost clinics for medical care. To learn more about their offerings, please visit their website 

The PAF provides co-pay & medical bill relief to qualifying individuals. Case management services are also available. Eligibility depends on several variables including diagnosis, location, availability of funds, and overall financial need. To determine if you qualify for any of their funds, please check their website.

 

RESOURCES FOR WORKERS WITH TEMPORARY HOUSING NEEDS

AdventHealth-Paid Accommodations — AdventHealth is covering the hotel cost for team members who test positive, who have pending results, or who are sent home on quarantine for COVID-19. If this applies to you, please complete the AdventHealth Paid Hotel Request Form, including the legal disclosure authorization section, to request a hotel room paid for by AdventHealth. Once you submit the form, our hotel program team will contact you and handle booking the hotel reservation on your behalf. The team will also close the reservation when you are able to return to work.

 

Self-Pay Accommodations — For all team members who may have fear of exposing family members, we are pleased to provide discounted hotel offers for temporary lodging. If you are interested in this option, please contact any of the participating hotels listed here to access discounted room rates and secure your reservation. You will be responsible for covering the hotel costs; however, AdventHealth has been able to negotiate significantly reduced rates. Although optional, we kindly ask that you complete the Self-Pay Form to help us track the overall need across AdventHealth and ensure proper hotel availability.

 

If you need more information on lodging accommodations, please reach out to our HR team or visit the Novel Coronavirus Information Site and select the Hotel Program tile for details.

 

RESOURCES & ARTICLES FOR REMOTE FITNESS & HEALTH

How to Exercise at Home: Click Here 

YouTube channels: Fitness Blender 

PopSugar Fitness: Click Here