Free Tools to Support Nurses' Mental Health and Resilience
Explore the free tools and resources offered through the American Nurses Foundation’s Well-Being Initiative, including Moodfit and Happy Apps
Supporting the Mental Health and Resilience of Nurses
About the Well-Being Initiative
Every day, across the nation, millions of nurses experience extraordinary stress and other impacts to their mental health and well-being as the pandemic continues. The American Nurses Foundation launched the Well-Being Initiative to offer resources that focus on caring for nurses as they tirelessly care for others.
Support. On Your Schedule.
Happy – Call. Connect. Feel better.
Talk to compassionate listeners anytime you need. Confidentially talk about wellness, recovery, and resilience.
Call Toll Free – (833)327-0262
Or text your first name to Happy at (858)367-3001
Moodfit – Tools for Your Mental Health
Receive free access to customizable tools to help you. Mood journals, breathing exercises, CBT thought records, and more will be right at your fingertips.
To learn more, visit getmoodfit.com/anf
Take time for you
Decades of research have shown that practicing gratitude is highly effective in promoting physical and psychological health, both for yourself and your team.
Listen to this 10-part podcast mini-series to learn how to implement the gratitude toolkit into your daily life.
- The science behind gratitude and why it works
- Why gratitude is a struggle – COMING SOON
- Creating a culture of self-compassion and gratitude – COMING SOON
- Creating a plan for gratitude – COMING SOON
- How to be grateful at work – COMING SOON
- Sharing Gratitude: How to Start with Your Team
- Bringing gratitude to the nursing student – COMING SOON
- How to be creative with the gratitude in your workplace – COMING SOON
- Micro-actions to include gratitude into your daily life – COMING SOON
- Why gratitude matters – COMING SOON
In partnership with Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley, these tools are designed to help you cultivate more gratitude in your life.
Find actionable tips to help boost your relaxation and sleep hygiene.
Mental Health Support
Learn about and locate the support systems and services available to you.
Dealing with Grief
Five short, powerful videos to bring you timely and necessary grief resources.
After the workday
A Nursing State of Mind Podcasts
In this podcast series, two veteran nurses discuss coping mechanisms with practical ideas to renew our energy, confidence, and passion for nursing.
- Who is on Your Team
- Balancing Work, Life, and COVID-19
- Hope is an Action Word
- Who Has Time for Self-Care
- Watching Your Emotional Signals
- Reconnect with Your Passion for Nursing
Looking for help but not sure where to start?
Complete a simple, anonymous test to measure your stress level.
Free & Discounted Therapy for Nurses
Therapy Aid Coalition
Pro-bono or low-fee online sessions with a therapist for frontline and essential workers.
Give an Hour
The Hospital Heroes Program provides six hours of free and confidential mental health support to all hospital-based essential employees and their loved ones in NY, NJ, and CT.
Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation
A free nurse wellness initiative from ANA with a multitude of resources to support your well-being.
Nurse Suicide Prevention and Resilience Resource
A new ANA resource for nurses seeking information and tools to address the critical issue of suicide prevention.
Supporting Families of Healthcare Workers Exposed to COVID-19 (Uniformed Service University Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress)
National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinical Well-Being
ANA’s COVID-19 Self-Care Package for Nurses
ANA’s COVID-19 Webinar Series
Mental Health Support: How to Survive the Pandemic with an Unbroken Spirit
Navigate Nursing Webinar: Mental Health of Nurses: Supporting You and Your Nursing Colleagues When They Need It Most
Questions? Comments? Compliments?
For questions, comments, and feedback about the Well-Being Initiative and its resources, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.