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Mental Health Toolkit - "In This Together"

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Mental health is vital to the well-being of all patients, and readiness of our military forces. During Mental Health Month and all year long, we're focusing on an aspect of mental health that has been especially prominent recently – burnout. 

Messages for Communicators

What is burnout?

Risks and Signs of Burnout

How to Battle Burnout:

Burnout in Health Providers

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 Mental Health Standing Together

Suggested social media message: Burnout in the workplace is a real challenge for #MHS medical providers, service members and others in the military medical community. Two years operating in the COVID-19 pandemic created conditions that contribute to burnout, like overwork, isolation, and increased occupational stress. A strong sense of community is a one of the best ways to #BattleBurnout. Remember that we’re #InThisTogether, and check out this page to learn about signs of burnout. https://tricare.mil/HealthWellness/Featured-Health-Topic 
 #MentalFlex


Mental Health Signs

Suggested social media message: Workplace burnout describes feelings associated or caused by chronic, unmanaged workplace stress. Signs of burnout include: Loss of motivation at a job you used to be passionate about, lashing out at colleagues or family members, depression or anxiety, and being overly self-critical. Learn more about resources to help you #BattleBurnout at https://www.militaryonesource.mil/confidential-help/non-medical-counseling/. #InThisTogether #MentalFlex


Mental Health Awareness Month #MentalFlex - Activating self-care can help battle burnout and boost resilience

Suggested social media message:Service members are highly motivated and mission-focused, but we all need to take breaks to #BattleBurnout. Self-care can be as simple as taking 10-minute breaks during the work day, reading a book, or taking a walk to decompress. https://www.cdc.gov/mentalhealth/stress-coping/care-for-yourself/index.html #InThisTogether #MentalFlex


Mental Health Treatment

Suggested social media message: While many people may feel that their mental health is out of their control, effective treatment is available. You can find resources here https://www.tricare.mil/mentalhealth #InThisTogether #MentalFlex #BattleBurnout


Mental Health Important

Suggested social media message: Mental health is just important as physical health. The Psychological Health Resource Center is available 24/7 to service members, veterans, clinicians, and their families at (866) 966-1020 or www.health.mil/PHRC  #InThisTogether #MentalFlex #BattleBurnout

Mental Health Awareness Month #MentalFlex  - We are battling burnout to strengthen our mental health and resiliency

Suggested social media message: May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We’re #InThisTogether to #BattleBurnout to strengthen our mental health and resiliency – as a community! https://www.militaryonesource.mil/confidential-help/non-medical-counseling/ #MentalFlex


Mental Health Burnout

Suggested social media message: We are all #InThisTogether! You can help others by sharing how you #BattleBurnout in the workplace, and what types of #SelfCare you practice. Let’s hear from you! #MentalFlex


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Managing Burnout

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MAHM Self-Care

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