Emotional Support

In response to the racial and social injustices occurring in our country, the Well-Being program presents a repository of resources for individuals looking to further educate themselves on these vital issues. These resources are aimed at acknowledging the mistreatment, providing safe spaces for dialogue and planning for positive change, and addresses the emotional tolls taken on people during this disturbing time. We are One Great Team and when any of our teammates are hurting, we should all pull together to support them.

Available resources:

  • Black lives matter: Now what?

Professor Angelica Leigh (PhD ’20)

https://www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu/news/black-lives-matter-now-what/

  • How Do We Cope? A Message From Dr. Keisha Gibson

Keisha Gibson, MD, MPH

https://www.med.unc.edu/medicine/how-do-we-cope-a-message-from-dr-keisha-gibson/

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - UNC School of Medicine

https://www.med.unc.edu/diversity/

  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - UNC Health

https://unchcs.intranet.unchealthcare.org/dept/DEI

  • We Must Step Up For Black People Right Now – Here’s How (Forbes)

Sheree Atcheson

https://www.forbes.com/sites/shereeatcheson/2020/06/01/we-must-step-up-for-black-people-right-now/#454cec5d84bd

  

About

Females Talking

The Integrated Emotional Support Program is designed to connect healthcare professionals with emotional support resources after.

Taking Care of Our Own

Taking Care of Our Own addresses burnout syndrome and other mental health concerns in attending and resident physicians.

Peer Support Program

Peer Support Program offers one-on-one support from trained colleagues after adverse patient events including physical and verbal assaults from patients and visitors.

EAP Overview by Entity

The Employee Assistance Program provides a limited number of free face-to-face visits with counselors in the community. Services are completely free of charge. Counseling sessions are protected under HIPAA; employers and managers will not be notified. Each entity's EAP has its own Web ID and phone number. Please go to guidance resources here to use the Web ID listed below. If you prefer to call, you can use the entity's phone number listed below.

Compsych access information for the following entities:

Caldwell
(800) 272-7255
Web ID: COM589

Chatham
(800) 272-7255
Web ID: CHATEAP

Johnston
(844) 729-5166
Web ID: JOHNSTONEAP

Onslow
(855) 327-4463
Web ID: Lincoln

Pardee
(844) 833-2006
Web ID: EAP@PARDEE

Physicians Network
(866) 726-3619
Web ID: UNCPN

REX
(844) 869-2365
Web ID: REXEAP

Rockingham
(844) 268-6502
Web ID: UNCRockingham

UNCMC
(855) 394-5547
Web ID: UNCHC

UNCSOM
(855) 394-5547
Web ID: TARHEELS

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