Anxiety and Depression Resources

In addition to your physical health, it is also important to monitor and care for your mental health.  The following resources, provided by our Employee Assistance Program (EAP), may helhttps://dev.discounttirefamily.com/helping-employees/employee-assistance-program/p you recognize and cope with mental health challenges and offer assistance in finding professional help.

If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800.273.TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately.

Talking with a counselor​

If you are having feelings of uncertainty, anxiety, depression, or loneliness, don’t be afraid to reach out for help. Counselors are a confidential resources to help you with a variety of emotional and mental health concerns. 

If you are new to counseling or would like to learn more, click play on the video to hear answers to commonly asked questions about counseling, such as: how counseling works, who benefits from counseling, how you can access counseling, and more.

Destigmatizing Mental Health​

If you are having feelings of uncertainty, anxiety, depression, or loneliness, don’t be afraid to reach out for help. Counselors are a confidential resources to help you with a variety of emotional and mental health issues. 

If you are new to counseling or would like to learn more, click play on the video to hear answers to commonly asked questions about counseling, such as: how counseling works, who benefits from counseling, how you can access counseling, and more.

Depression

Facing Anxiety and Depression

Stress and Relaxation

Suicide Awareness​

Sadly, millions of people die by or attempt suicide each year. Although this is a risk at any age, suicide is the second leading cause of death for 15-29 year olds, worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). 

Click the link below for information about warning signs to watch for and what you can do to help.

Suicide Awareness

Additional Information​

Depending on their age, children and teens may show different mental health related symptoms than adults; refer to our Nurturing the Mental Health of Children, Teens, and Young Adults article for information and resources specific to these age groups. 

For more programs and services to support you and your family, visit our Support Programs and Services page.