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COVID-19 Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way we work and live.  These changes in addition to the uncertainties that come along with a pandemic may cause stress, fear and anxiety. We encourage you to seek out help and access tools and resources to help you manage these feelings.  

Ask for Help

Your Dartmouth College Faculty/Employee Assistance Program, in partnership with GuidanceResources, gives you, our employees, and your family members confidential support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues. Watch this video to learn more.

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and at no cost to you.  

Receive up to 8 counseling sessions per issue with a provider (virtual counseling is available from local providers as well as the Dartmouth College campus counselor until face to face is reinstated). You may also access legal support, financial information and resources for other work-life solutions. There are two ways to access your Faculty/Employee Assistance Program (F/EAP) resources:

  • Call 844.216.8308 (available 24/7)
  • Visit www.guidanceresources.com and log in or click on Register and enter your company ID: Dartmouth and then follow the registration prompts. You will find timely, expert information on thousands of topics, including relationships, work, school, children, wellness, legal, and financial. You can search for qualified child care and elder care, attorneys and financial planners as well as ask questions, take self-assessments and more.

In addition, if you're enrolled on the Cigna medical plan through Dartmouth, click here for Telehealth/Virtual Care information for another option for talking with a licensed counselor or psychiatrist via phone or video.

COVID-19 Resources

Why Am I So Tired?  Read this article to learn more about how this pandemic is affecting our energy levels. 

Access webinars, relaxation tools, remote work resources, financial and resiliency information, and more!  Click here to access this comprehensive guide from GuidanceResources.  

Take a Relaxation Break

Access a variety of free downloads on topics such as deep breathing, meditation and mindfulness, guided imagery, guided progressive muscle relaxation and relaxing instrumental music. Click here.  

Community Resources

There are many resources to help support you during this challenging time. Please seek help when you need it. Check out these tips and resources from New Hampshire's Department of Health and Human Services here

Stay Connected

Although we need to practice physical distancing, we still encourage you to socially connect with others!  Here are some tips to help you stay connected. 

Wellness at Dartmouth

For a variety of additional resources, tools, webinars and programs to help support you, click here.