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Magellan May Bulletin

COVID-19 Resources
As COVID-19 continues to spread, many people are anxious about the uncertainty of what is happening. Your program is here to help by providing compassionate care and resources any time – day or night. Visit your program website, and click on the COVID-19 What’s Trending article to access helpful webinars and tip sheets. New information is released regularly, so check back often!

EMPLOYEES: Managing emotional well-being
Do you actively take care of your emotional health? When you’re emotionally well, you’re able to have supportive relationships, keep your emotions balanced and face life’s challenges with resilience and a positive attitude. Learn more about how to take care of your emotional well-being.

Family focused support

Family comes first, but daily to-dos can make finding the time for family and friends tough. Work-Life is available 24/7 with support and tools to help you:

  • Research resources to meet your prenatal needs
  • Locate prescreened child and adult care options
  • Identify ways to help with senior safety concerns
  • Refer local pet care services
  • Offer adoption guidance
  • Connect you to special needs support

Getting help online is easy! From webinars, live talks and audio to articles and downloadable guides, Work-Life provides insights and information to help with all of your family matters.

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Together, we can Stamp Out Stigma.
Mental health and substance use disorder diagnoses are more common than heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, migraines, osteoporosis and asthma. Yet many individuals with mental illness and substance use disorders afraid to talk about their experiences or to seek help.

We are pleased to introduce Stamp Out Stigma, an educational awareness campaign aimed to build understanding of mental health conditions and substance use disorders. Together, we can stamp out stigma by recognizing that mental health should have the same priority as physical health, talking about experiences and making sure people get the treatment they need and begin the recovery process.

Please see the resources attached to promote Mental Health Awareness Month:

  • Review the one-page campaign guide for information on how to Stamp Out Stigma and available tactics
  • Edit, customize and send the staff email with attachments to announce the campaign and promote it.

We hope you’ll use this campaign to help improve the mental health of your staff, their household members and your communities.

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Magellan June Bulletin

Practicing compassion

Demonstrating compassion to others—striving to understand and lessen someone else’s difficulties—not only has one-on-one benefits, but it spreads positivity throughout the workplace. And, if you treat each customer or client with focused attention and kindness, it builds trust, loyalty and customer satisfaction. Learn compassion tips in this month’s newsletter and webinar.

The Life-Altering Effects of Practicing Mindful Self-Compassion │ Wednesday, June 10
Join this webinar to

  • Define mindful self-compassion (MSC) and why it’s important
  • Understand the three basic elements of self-compassion
  • Describe barriers to self-compassion
  • Learn practical techniques for developing MSC

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Preparing for crisis

A workplace crisis involving violence, serious injury, death or other wide-scale trauma can be devastating to the workforce. Such incidents are rare, but leaders should be aware of potential reactions including physical shock, fear, confusion, sadness and grief. Learn more about developing a crisis plan.

Managing the Unexpected: Responding to Workplace Crisis │ Wednesday, June 24
Join this webinar to

  • Identify types of workplace crises and reactions employers might see
  • Discuss strategic support after a crisis including the value of Critical Incident Response for employees, management and the organization
  • Explore starting the recovery process for employees and the organization
  • Learn how to plan for employee return to work after a crisis and anniversary date considerations

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Start Summer Right

As summer heats up, Work-Life can help you make the most of longer days. Work-Life is available 24/7 to help you tackle all of your summer tasks, so you have more time to enjoy your summertime. Access Work-Life for information on:

  • Summer child care, camps, local programs and activities
  • Travel and staycation options
  • Pet care services
  • Yard services and home improvement
  • Resources for living a healthy lifestyle

Getting help online is easy! From webinars, live talks and audio to articles and downloadable guides, Work-Life provides insights and information to help you make summer a breeze.

2019 DoD NAF Health Incentive Credit Program

Each calendar year, DoD NAF employees, retirees, and covered dependents can earn Health Incentive Credits as a reward for taking healthy actions. Earned credits are applied automatically to your deductible and coinsurance. The actions you can take are listed in the chart below.

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TELADOC – Access to Licensed Therapists

Peace of mind happens here. Access licensed therapists by web or app.

Establish a Relationship: You can choose to visit with a licensed psychiatrist, psychologist, therapist, counselor or social worker.

By Video: Schedule an appointment for a video session from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm local time, seven days a week.

The Support You Need: Get support for anxiety, eating disorders, depression, grief, and more. A prescription can be written, if medically necessary.

Get started:
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OPM Status

To All NAF MCCS Henderson Hall Staff:
I would like to clarify any misunderstanding of OPM’s decision for delayed openings as far as how we process that at Henderson Hall specifically.

When OPM states that there is a delayed opening, that means that we are open for business as close to our normal opening time as safely as we can. The delay allows for people to be late due to weather conditions. If you have no issues with the weather wherever you are then you would come in at your normal work time. Some people may try to get out, have to go back and wait or dig out, whatever, that may mean they are 30 minutes later than unusual, one, two or three hours later than usual or anything in between.

It simply means you have three hours IF NEEDED to get to work. Therefore, there is no leeway for those that don’t take as long to get in vs. those that do. Example: It took Sally 3 hours to get to work and she gets to leave at her regular time of 430pm but I came in an hour earlier than Sally so I can leave at 330pm – no – It is whatever it takes you to safely get to work but we are open for business at usual time to the best of our ability. You work, you leave at your regular time, whatever time it takes for you to get in. If it takes you over 3 hours and the delay is allowing three hours, then anything over the 3 is charged to leave. Example: Sheba to Roger – “I know we have a one hour delay today, but my daycare is opening two hours late so I won’t be in until xxx”. Roger to Sheba – “ok put in anything over the one hour as leave please”.

If there is something that is not understood, please contact me. I believe we clarify this every year and I just want to make sure to address in the event of more weather related issues going forward.

If you ever have questions on how someone will be paid, leave, or otherwise, please contact Jeany Paz 115, or myself at 307. We are always happy to talk out situations with you as everything isn’t always clear cut.

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Access to your W2's

The following information is for all NAF MCCS Henderson Hall employees:
W2’s are ONLY mailed to terminated employees (to the last address listed in PeopleSoft). ALL NAF MCCS employees who are current and active employees must access your W2 through Self Service in PeopleSoft. If you are contacted by a terminated employee who has not received their W2, please have them contact the Human Resources office at ext. 115, 306 or 307.

If any employees need assistance in this process, please contact the HR Department, Jeany Paz, Rikia Ceasar or myself. Any of us will be happy to assist you in printing your W2.