Wellness Manager Monthly™

Seeking Mental Health Care

Taking the first step toward getting help with a mental health challenge is often the toughest one to take. This month’s theme is about striving, or supporting others, to take that first step.

National Health Observances

HealthyLife® Newsletter

Seeking Mental Health Care

HealthyLife® Handouts

Keeping An Eye on Mental Health

Warning Signs About Mental Health

5 Things About Natural Anxiety Remedies

Well-Being Slides

Post this short slide presentation on your onsite T.V. screens, H.R. and/or wellness program office.

Click on thumbnails to download .jpg files.

Featured Wellness Activity

Seek Help When Needed

The goal of this activity is to encourage you to seek help if you are struggling with your mental and emotional well-being.

My Mental Health: Do I Need Help

Suicide: Signs and Getting Help

Tips for Talking With Your Health Care Provider

Fuel Up

The purpose of this monthly feature is to highlight healthy snack and meal ideas to help you stay focused and energized throughout your workday, wherever you may be.

Corn Tortillas

This month’s featured fuel is the corn tortilla. This ready-made, whole-grain delivery vehicle for numerous nibbles is lower in fat and calories than their flour-based companion.

Coach's Corner

This monthly feature provides another option for reinforcing a key message to employees.

Dear Health Coach,


I find myself worrying about a lot of things lately. Could I have an anxiety disorder?


Thank you,

Often Afraid

Dear Often Afraid,


A little anxiety is a good thing. It can help motivate you to perform better on any number of tasks. But, when anxiety interferes with daily life, this is a sign of a possible anxiety disorder. Some common symptoms include feeling irritable, difficulty concentrating, unwanted thoughts that won’t go away, and more. The good news is, anxiety disorders are treatable. To learn more, talk with your doctor or visit


In Good Health,

Your Health Coach

Weekly Thrive Tips

The purpose of this monthly feature is to offer employees examples of simple self-care activities on a weekly basis.

Be Mindful

Move Your Way


Sleep Well

Strengthen relationships plus stay motivated by having an exercise buddy.

Dim the lights in your home 2 hours before bedtime.

Listen with compassion. Say things like, “I’m here for you” and “Tell me more.”

Try natural sweeteners like vanilla and cinnamon in your coffee, yogurt, or hot cereal.

Communication Campaign

Here are suggested templates of weekly communications to share with employees.

Wellness Topic:

Seeking Mental Health Care


Education: Warning Signs About Mental Health


Preventive Focus:
Natural Anxiety Remedies


Participation Initiative: Mental Health Workshop


National Observance: Mental Health Month

Health Video

Mental Health Minute: Depression