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Dimensions of Well-Being

Emotional. Physical. Spiritual.


You are not alone, it’s okay to not be okay!

There is no stigma to reaching out for help, NJ-NEW offers several options to help in caring for your social and emotional well-being.

Check out some of the resources we have provided below, focused on mental health for nurses.

Check Out Our Resources Below

Coping in the Post COVID Landscape

Free e-learning resources tailored to provide emotional support, build mental resilience, and well-being for nurses. This program is free to use and comes with 3.75 contact hours towards continuing education units. It was created by #FirstRespondersFirst, Osmosis and Johnson & Johnson:

Talking to your Children about COVID

These resources teach you how to speak to your children regarding the COVID crisis:

How to help your children cope with disasters:

Information and resources on how to cope with a disaster.

Have a family member or spouse that is a healthcare worker? Want to know more how you can support and advocate for them?

Click here for supportive tips on how to care for a healthcare/frontline worker in your life:


There are a few strategies you can take to promote well-being; we suggest you begin by looking to see if employee assistance programs via your employer or organization are available. Often these programs provide free resources that aid in physical and overall well-being. Other tips for beginning your physical well-being journey include:

Sticking to a healthy routine with regular exercise is essential in stress management and creating a strong immune system.
Seeing your medical provider annually can promote wellness.
Maintaining adequate daily sleep patterns can also promote health.
Free guided home workout videos for all levels of fitness are available and can aid in improving overall wellness.


Integrating spiritual wellness is essential into achieving holistic well-being. In today’s healthcare environment, the need for spiritual well-being allows nurses to navigate personal and professional difficulties both emotionally and spiritually.

As you are committed to providing exceptional care to those you care for, we are committed to supporting your well-being in all aspects. From grief to fear to hope and purpose, you will find available resources that addresses the whole spectrum of the nursing experience. Spiritual strength can be utilized during difficult times by practicing spiritual well-being as a means of managing complex emotions.


An unpleasant emotion when we have an awareness of danger.

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Experienced when dealing with deep sorrow, sadness, overwhelming patient illness, and death.

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Being optimistic and finding the ability to find resiliency in times of crisis.

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Purpose, Gratitude, & Meditation

Creating and practicing the inner balance of body, mind,
and soul.

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Inner Peace & Faith

Finding inner spiritual calmness even in the presence of stress, by having faith guide you in difficult times, opening up to a higher power.

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Helpline Phone Numbers

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: Call or text 988

Nurse 2 Nurse: Call 1-844-687-7301 (M-F 8am-8pm)

Nurse Recovery and Monitoring Program (RAMP): Call crisis hot line 1-800-662-0108

2-1-1: Dial 2-1-1; text your zip code to 898-211; or chat online

Mental Health Association in NJ: Call 1-866-202-HELP (4357) (Daily 8am-8pm)

Helpline Phone Numbers