If You’re Feeling Stressed

Building Resilience

Learn to relax, stress less and find more joy in your life by taking a mindfulness session through the Whil digital platform. And remember that you can use the Well-being for Life Program to get reimbursed up to 3700 ILS per fiscal year for well-being expenses, including anything that promotes resilience.

Through Virgin Pulse, you have access to certified and credentialed wellness coaches who can provide support in lifestyle and condition management. These licensed coaches are trained to help you deal with issues like anxiety and depression, grief, learned helplessness, substance abuse, building inner strength, appreciative inquiry and nonviolent communication. To get started, log in to your Virgin Pulse account. Under Health (heart icon), click Coaches to find a date and time for your initial 30–45-minute call.

Talk to a Therapist

It’s understandable that you’d be experiencing a lot of fear and anxiety around a public health crisis. If you ever want to talk to someone about your concerns, Optum, Intuit’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP), is here to help. You can access six free, virtual counseling sessions per year. Just call 1700 700 404 to get started.

Virtual Behavioral Health

All of us have moments when life gets tough. Sometimes you just need someone to talk to. Along with virtual health services, you can access virtual counseling services through Femi Health to help with small issues, big problems and everything in between, such as:

  • Developing resilience and managing stress
  • Improving relationships at home or work
  • Getting past emotional issues or grief
  • Addressing depression, anxiety or substance use issues

Get started by registering through the Femi Health website.

Crisis Care

Domestic violence. If you’re experiencing domestic violence, reach out to HR Connect for support. You can connect via chat or open a case, or call extension 13333. You can take paid time off to deal with the impact of family and domestic violence, such as planning for your safety or the safety of a family member, attending court hearings, accessing police services, and seeking medical attention or psychological counseling.

Suicide prevention. If you’re in need of immediate help, call ERAN (voluntary support line) at 1201, the Social Welfare Department at 106, the Ministry of Welfare at 118, the Association for Supporting Families and Preventing Suicide at 03-9640222 or the police at 100.