Drop-in groups for stress and coping now available for BIPOC employees who are frontline and/or involved in the COVID response

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) employees who are front-line and/or involved in the COVID response are invited to join hour-long group drop-in sessions to process stress, connect with others, and share coping strategies. These groups are voluntary for employees.

The groups are hosted on Zoom and facilitated by Mary Norman, a Mental Health Counselor from King County’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) team. The groups will be held every Wednesday from 12-1 p.m. starting May 5, 2021, and ending June 23, 2021.

How to join

Participants are invited attend as many of the weekly sessions as they would like. Attendees and session content are considered private information and are not to be shared.

Click here to join the group via Zoom. The password is 94KHGS (Note: password is case-sensitive.)

More information

If you’d like more information on the groups, please reach out to Balanced You at balancedyou@kingcounty.gov or 206-263-9626.

For more information on mental health resources, visit the  Balanced You website for an overview of resources available from King County and from the community. For one-on-one counseling, employees can access the Employee Assistance Program for work-related issues or Making Life Easier for non-work-related issues.

  • Employee Assistance Program: Call 206-263-8733 to make an appointment. For more information email HRDEAP@kingcounty.gov.

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