Employee Resources

Mental Health - Resources For Your Employees

Resources from our health plan carriers to share with your employees.

Resilience: Stacking the Odds for Wellness

Everyday life may present challenges, but we may better manage day-to-day difficulties by learning tools to enhance resilience. Several 15-minute eLearning modules are available.

Presented by Dr. Jody Horstman, Ph.D.and Krishna Dholakia, Senior Health Education Specialist.

Psychological First Aid Webinar

Psychological distress often follows a crisis. You may need support for yourself, your family, and your community. Learn how Psychological First Aid, a World Health Organization-endorsed approach to post-crisis mental distress, may help increase our capacity to cope.

Replay this webinar 

Understanding Your benefits learning module for lay employees

The Church Pension Fund and its affiliates (collectively, the “Church Pension Group”) provides health and retirement benefits for clergy and lay employees of the Episcopal Church. These financial and healthcare benefits are available to support plan participants and assist with their goals for a comfortable retirement.

Clergy Pension Plan learning module

A good understanding of The Church Pension Fund Clergy Pension Plan and related plans may help you make the right decisions today for your benefits in the future.

Retirement savings webinar workshops

Workshops from Fidelity help you identify and prioritize savings goals, understand social security, and maintain financial health. 

Facing Dementia learning module

How does dementia impact your life? If you are caring for a loved one suffering from an age-related cognitive disease, you may feel the impact daily.

Request a financial discussion

As a cleric or lay employee of The Episcopal Church, you’re entitled to complimentary discussions with our financial education specialists.

5 years to retirement learning module

This multi-part course offers easy-to-understand information on finance and health for anyone planning to retire in five years or less.

Beneficiary Resources

Information for common questions and important tasks for the coming year following a loss.