The Mass General Brigham Employee Assistance Program is available to help with a variety of mental health issues and concerns. Coping with a mental health problem for you, a family member, or friend can be challenging and navigating the mental health system can seem overwhelming for all those impacted. Below are some helpful resources. Please contact the EAP at 866-724-4327 if you need further assistance for yourself or someone you care about.
New Mass Help-line
The recently launched Mass Help Line provides free support and accessing treatment for mental health and substance misuse needs.
- Call, text, or chat 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
- Connect with qualified professionals for mental health assessments, crisis services, substance use treatment, referrals and guidance with helping someone you care about.
EAP News Articles
- Helping Veterans and Families with Invisible Injuries: It’s Ok not to be OK
- Understanding Suicide Can Help Prevent It
- The Drawbacks of Using Alcohol to Cope
- How Building Resilience Helps You Weather Adversity
- Understanding Stigma, a Silent Enemy for those Facing Mental Health Issues
- Men of Color and Mental Health
- Minority Mental Health
- Understanding the Therapy Experience
- Understanding Treatment Modalities
- 988 – Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
– Dial or Chat
- Samaritans – Suicide Prevention
– 877-870-4673 or Text
- The Trevor Project – Suicide & LGBTQ+ Youth
1-866-488-7386 & Chat
Text “START” to 678-678
- EAP Suicide Resource Section
- Preventing and Destigmatizing Suicide: A Message from Newton-Wellesley Hospital and Salem Hospital
Mass General Brigham EAP RU OK? Program
Reaching out to a colleague to ask, “RU OK?”