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      Mental Health Resources

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      Hazel Health

      • Hazel Health has partnered with Bethel School District to provide access to quality health care services for all students, at no cost to families, this school year. A school health representative can initiate a video visit with a Hazel health care provider while your child is at-school to provide either physical or mental health services. Therapy sessions with Hazel Health are a safe space and are private and confidential. Click here to learn more and sign up.

      Staff Resources

      • Employee Assistance Program

        Everyone needs a little help now and then. Change can create stress. Routine can create stress. Life is full of challenges and surprises, ups and downs, highs and lows. It’s natural to feel sometimes like there’s just too much to handle. You’re not alone. 

        The Employee Assistance Program can help. Easy to find, confidential assistance is available every hour of every day. Offered at no cost to you, services are also available to your spouse, and, depending on your program, other members of your household. You can call the toll-free number 1-800-523-5668 any time, day or night, to speak confidentially with a trained, compassionate professional.


        SmartHealth is Washington State's voluntary wellness program that supports you on your journey toward living well. It is included in your SEBB benefits at no cost to you. Smart Health supports whole person well-being. Join activities that support all of you, including managing stress, building resiliency and adapting to change.

        As you progress on your wellness journey, you may also qualify for the SmartHealth wellness incentive by completing the SmartHealth well-being assessment and joining activities to earn points. Click here to learn more about this free, voluntary wellness program.

        Workforce Secondary Traumatic Stress Resources

        In the spring of 2021, SHB 1363: Addressing Workforce Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) in the K-12 workforce was passed into legislation. This legislation acknowledges the significant toll STS has on educators, and subsequently students, and focuses on the adoption of policy and procedures so that districts and schools can take meaningful steps in supporting their staff’s health and well-being.

        Learn more by clicking here.

        Find resources by clicking here.

      Virtual Calming Rooms

      • SOUNDS & MUSIC
      • More coming soon!

      Mental Health Resources March, 2023

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