Many adults and children are likely feeling the uncertainty and stress of their upcoming return to in-person learning and work.
If you and/or your family members are among them, the university's Office of Benefits & Worklife has a number of resources to help you through this time; visit its website to learn more about family and caregiving programs, mySupport, wellness, community engagement, financial support, and other offerings.
Additionally, it has compiled a list of resources to help you and your family navigate this upcoming school and work year: tips and tricks for having conversations with your children, preparing them for school, maintaining your health and that of your family, and establishing solid routines to continue thriving.
Hub at Work
Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Getting Your Child Ready for Back to School
- Back-to-School Guide for Parents
- Back-to-School Health: Tips for Parents
- 5 Tips to Ease Back-to-School Anxiety
Aetna's Resources for Living
Through mySupport, JHU employees and their household family members have free access to confidential counseling and referral services for help with stress at work or home, emotional distress, difficult life transitions, and other challenges. You can reach mySupport 24/7, 365 days a year, by phone at 443-997-7000.
Additional online resources can be found here. Username and password: JHU.
For questions regarding Benefits & Worklife programs, contact the Benefits Service Center at 410-516-2000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.