Support & Resources To Be At Your Best
The Build, Learn, Grow: Building Wellness program is a confidential employee assistance program offering free short-term counseling, legal and financial consultation, work-life assistance and crisis intervention services to early care and out-of-school time providers, their employees, volunteers and the household family members or dependents of all eligible individuals. The program is strictly confidential. Information about an individual’s participation in the program will not be shared with the person’s employer or with the state of Indiana.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Did you know that two in five adults in the U.S. report symptoms of depression or anxiety – but only a fraction of those individuals receive treatment? This month, we are raising awareness about mental health and ensuring that support is available to those who need it. Check out the resources below as part of the Building Wellness program:
- Mental Health Awareness Month Toolkit (English or Spanish)
- Learn how to relieve stress through self-care, or by building exercise into a busy schedule
- Watch pre-recorded GuidanceTalks from our Building Wellness employee assistance program provider: Learn about emerging behavioral health care approaches here, or how to address employee performance issues in a supportive way here
- Register for an upcoming GuidanceTalk about how leaders can foster a psychologically safe environment
Watch the Building Wellness Webinar
Learn more about the program, its benefits to you and your family, and how to access services.
Eligibility & Services
The Building Wellness program is open to individuals who own, work or volunteer in an Indiana-based early childhood education or out-of-school care program, as well as the household family members and dependents of those individuals.
The program offers free, short-term counseling, legal and financial consultation, work-life assistance and crisis intervention services.
Highly trained clinicians to listen and help individuals and their family members with issues including anxiety, depression, stress, grief, life adjustments and marital/relationship conflicts.
Specialists to provide qualified referrals and resources for diverse work-life needs including finding child and elder care, hiring movers or home repair contractors, planning events, locating pet care and more.
Attorneys to share practical assistance with pressing legal issues including divorce, adoption, family law, wills, trusts and more. Individuals also qualify for a 25% reduction in fees when legal representation is needed.
Financial experts to assist with matters including retirement planning, taxes, relocation, mortgages, insurance, budgeting, debt, bankruptcy and more.
24/7 access to an online portal of information, tools and support including podcasts, articles, videos, slideshows, on-demand trainings and “Ask the Expert” features.
Services are available 24/7 via phone, online or the GuidanceNowSM app. When you call, you will speak with a GuidanceConsultantSM, a master’s or PhD-level counselor who will collect some general information about you and will talk with you about your needs. The GuidanceConsultantSM will provide the name of a counselor who can assist you. You can then set up an appointment to speak with the counselor over the phone or schedule a face-to-face visit.
- Call: 877.465.0899
- TTY: 800.697.0353
- Visit guidanceresources.com and select “Register.”
- Organizational Web ID: BUILDLG
- Company Name: BUILD
- Download the GuidanceNowSM and register your account.
- Organizational Web ID: BUILDLG
- Company Name: BUILD
Tools for Program Leaders
Program leaders are encouraged to promote the Building Wellness program with their staff. There are several resources below to help you do this.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Build, Learn, Grow Building Wellness program is a shared employee assistance program for Indiana’s early care and education system sponsored by the Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning (OECOSL), in partnership with SPARK Learning Lab and operated by ComPsych®.
No. The Build, Learn, Grow Building Wellness program is strictly confidential. No information about your participation, nor your family’s, will be shared with your employer, the state of Indiana or any other party.
The program offers free, short-term counseling, legal and financial consultation, work-life assistance and crisis intervention services. A full listing of services is provided above.
This program is open to individuals who own or are W2 workers actively employed by a regulated, Indiana-based early childhood education or out-of-school care program, as well as the household family members and dependents of someone who is employed by such a program.
Yes, your household family members and dependents are eligible for the program’s services.
You can access program services 24/7 in several ways including via phone, online or the GuidanceNowSM app. Information about how to do this is provided above.
You are eligible to access services on an ongoing basis at any time during the program’s duration.
If you leave your position for any reason, you may finish any short-term services you are receiving, but you will not be able to access any new services.
If it is determined that you need longer-term treatment or services, you will be referred to a specialist and your insurance coverage will be activated. If you do not have insurance coverage, you will be connected to services to help find coverage.
Contact ComPsych with questions at (877) 465-0899.