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Mental health tips, wellness tools, and more in our member newsletter

Posted by Alyssa Malmquist on December 18, 2020
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Now more than ever, your patients are looking for new ways to prioritize both mental and physical health. We've got them covered with the new member newsletter that's hitting mailboxes this week. 

Our December Newsletter features valuable resources to help patients navigate mental health challenges and maintain a healthy lifestyle amid the pandemic.

Download a copy of the newsletter

Highlights for patients:

  • How to find a new provider and access virtual urgent care
  • Live, in-person and online workouts through SplitFit
  • Mental health tips during quarantine—additional resources at liveandworkwell.org
  • Health coaching through the CaféWell portal
  • How to keep children safe during the pandemic


New ID cards

Additionally, the newsletter reminds patients to keep an eye out for their new ID cards. You can get a preview of the cards — and our 2021 product lineup — on our product reference page

Staying well during the COVID-19 pandemic

With the current landscape, our newsletter also offers information to help your patients preserve a healthy mind and body — while combatting isolation, boredom, and frustration. We’ve compiled a list of flexible strategies that can be used at home. Some of these include:

  • Strengthening the immune system
  • Combatting stress with good nutrition
  • Acknowledging critical elements of health and healing
  • Improving relationships during a quarantine
  • Recognizing anxiety and mental health issues in kids and teens
  • Staying connected while social distancing
  • Keeping up with healthy habits
  • Burnout prevention and recovery

For more information, download the December Newsletter

For additional tips to maintain physical and mental health this winter season, please check out our previous posts about getting quality sleep, reducing stress, and quitting smoking.

Topics: COVID-19, Physical health and wellness, Members, Behavioral and mental health

Disclaimer: The content in this blog post represents the clinical opinions of the providers at AllWays Health Partners and is based on the most currently available clinical and governmental guidance.

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