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For Clinicians

Wellness Check Flyers

It’s important to note that we are not helpless in light of current news events. We can always choose our response. If you are struggling, here are some things you can do to take care of your mental health in the face of uncertainty.

Volume 1 — Taking Care of Yourself (PDF) →

Volume 2 — Managing Information (PDF) →

Volume 3 — Where to Go For Help (PDF) →

Volume 4 — Healthcare Worker Self-Care (PDF) →

Shaving For Safety

According to the CDC, the presence of facial hair under the sealing surface of a face mask causes more leakage compared to clean-shaven individuals. Removing facial hair that lies along the sealing area helps to achieve maximum protection when wearing a mask.

See recommendations for workers who wear tight fitting respirators →

For Facilities

Wellness and Mental Health

These materials were created for our behavioral health facilities to help remind the public that we remain fully operational and ready to provide mental health assessments and services for those who need them.

Do Not Delay Seeking Help 1 (PDF) →

Do Not Delay Seeking Help 2 (PDF) →

Do Not Delay Seeking Help 3 (PDF) →

Keeping our Patients and Staff Safe

This document provides proactive steps behavioral health care providers should be taking to keep their patients and staff safe during this dynamic situation.

Taking Proactive Steps (PDF) →

Recognizing our #HealthcareHeroes

UHS is celebrating the extraordinary efforts being made by our employees to heal and protect our patients and communities.

Healthcare Heroes poster: Quality Care is Our Passion (PDF) →

Healthcare Heroes poster: Celebrating Our Care Providers (PDF) →

Healthcare Heroes poster: Mission Accepted (PDF) →

Healthcare Heroes poster: We Are All in This Together (PDF) →

Healthcare Heroes poster: Working Together (PDF) →

For additional Behavioral Health industry COVID-19 resources, visit our partner Psych Hub™ .