Managing mild depression 

Sometimes, just taking a little time for yourself can restore your energy and lift your spirits. Other times, you may need professional support. Our resources can help, and many are free to members.


Health classes 

Our in-person classes are taught by trained instructors to help you strengthen relationships, change unhealthy thinking and behaviors, cope with stress, and more. 

Search our directory for current programs and classes.


Wellness coaching

Stress reduction and physical activity can boost mood and ease feelings of depression, but how do you get started?

Call 1-866-862-4295 to talk with a wellness coach.

Learn more.


Personalized healthy lifestyle programs

Enroll in a free online program to help steer your life in a more positive direction. You’ll get an individualized action plan and follow-up emails to track your progress. 

  • Care for depression. Manage symptoms of depression and develop positive coping skills.
  • Dream. Get the sleep you need to help prevent or improve depression without medication.
  • Relax. Find out what’s causing your stress and build skills to manage it.

Guided meditations

Positive thoughts and images can help "re-wire" your brain and relax your body for greater inner peace and happiness. Download one of our audio programs and make some time to sit back and listen.


Self-care tools and tips

Life’s normal ups and downs can throw you off-kilter — but simple self-care strategies and healthy habits can help you through them. Get specific tips for: 


Employee assistance programs 

Most large companies offer confidential Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) to help employees and their family members address depression and other health issues. EAPs provide services like:

  • Evaluation, short-term counseling, and referrals to other services, such as financial counseling
  • Support to help manage personal and work-related challenges
  • Information about self-help groups and other community support resources

Contact your Human Resource Department for information.


Peer support 

You don't have to go it alone. Online communities and in-person support groups offer a place to share information and connect with others who have similar health concerns.


See all care options

If you have depression, we have a range of care options depending on your symptoms.

Take the self-assessment

Depression is a real – and common – medical condition that can affect your mind, body, and spirit. Take this self-assessment to see if you have any symptoms of depression. 




Reviewed by Nolan Thompson, MD, April 2019.