Mental health is one of your greatest assets. It helps you focus at work, overcome obstacles, get along with the people around you—and get well and stay well.
These 10 proven tools can help you feel stronger and more hopeful:
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We encounter mental health every day. Whether you are dealing with stress, a divorce, or a natural disaster, it’s important to learn what’s affecting your health. Taking a screening is one of the easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health or substance use condition.
Yes, if you get married, you can add your wife and her children to the Plan. You need to notify the Health & Welfare Plan Office about your marriage and new dependents within 90 days of your marriage. You also need to provide the Plan Office with the necessary documentation. For more information, see the “If You Get Married or Add a Life Partner and “If You Acquire a Child Through Marriage” sections on the Life Events page.