Here4TN Marketing eToolkit
On this page you’ll find Here4TN communication materials. These materials have been developed to help you promote Here4TN's programs and resources. Simply click on a link, then download and distribute.
These materials provide an overview of Here4TN services including EAP and WorkLife service referrals.
Manager Cheat Sheet
This simple, one-page document lists the primary Here4TN tools and resources available to managers.
Take Charge at Work
Promote the Take Charge at Work program, designed to help working adults recognize and manage symptoms of stress and depression at work.
This campaign includes tips to bounce back and build resiliency and how to better manage stress at work.
Use this promote how Here4TN can help with financial concerns including: retirement planning, saving and budgeting.
These materials highlight ways in which Here4TN can take the stress out of caregiving by helping members find trained professionals who offer specialized referrals.
Coping with Grief
This flier promotes the importance of getting support while grieving and how Here4TN can help those coping with a loss.
This flier provides education on domestic violence and promotes Here4TN as a resource for those who may be experiencing it.
Promote the importance of a good night’s sleep with this flier, email and trainings.
Dealing with substance use disorder can be frightening and overwhelming. Use these resources to help employees understand how Here4TN can support them and their dependents.
Virtual and Digital Options
Here4TN offers convenient virtual care options including online access to providers with virtual visits and TalkSpace.
Provide education on suicide prevention, including ways to seek help.
Coping with Tragic Events
Unfortunately, the news is full of negative stories, including tragic events occur. Some tragedies involve unthinkable acts of violence, which can be difficult to understand. While people may process violence in different ways, this flier suggests several tools to help build your resiliency skill set in the face of tragedy.
Many employees and their families are dealing with raising children and providing care to older family members. These materials promote resources to help this “sandwich generation.”
Concerned about an eating disorder? Screen for protentional signs. If you become worried that your son or daughter might be developing an eating disorder, it's important to step in and seek proper medical care.
The online Optum Community Connector tool to find resources that can help with needs such as food, housing, transportation, finances and more.