Wellness Committee Emotional Wellness

Emotional wellness is the process of recognizing, understanding, and accepting our emotions. Emotional wellness concerns your ability to express your feelings, cope with stress, maintain satisfying relationships and deal with conflict. Tips for emotional wellness -Mindfulness is the practice of tuning in to the present moment. -Learn to say no. -Express your anger in a constructive way. -Talk to someone when you struggle with your feelings.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Your employer has provided you with an EAP benefit to assist you with balancing the challenges of work and home. Your EAP program can help with issues such as marital problems, family challenges, substance abuse, time management, stress, depression, anxiety, grief, eldercare, financial issues or legal concerns. 

The CHI Health Employee Assistance Program will help you and your family obtain information, provide assistance with the challenges you face and offer support in finding solutions. Our counselors are here to listen, to understand and to offer the support we can all use from time to time. 

The service is completely confidential. 

To arrange a confidential appointment, call any time, 24 hours a day.

402-398-5566 or 1-888-847-4975


Peer Support Foundation


The Peer Support Foundation was formed to provide standardized practice and training to public safety professionals in relation to peer support concepts and critical incident stress.  We offer individual assistance to first responders, agency consultation, and training in peer support concepts.  This training is specifically designed for law enforcement, fire fighters, and EMS personnel.  Call today for more information  515-978-1078.

Brain Health

Your brain is one of the most important parts of your body, and some people experience short- or long-term brain health challenges. Brain health affects your overall wellbeing, including physical health.

Iowa MHDS Regions-Brain Health

To access immediate crisis services from Your Life Iowa, please call 855-581-8111 or text 855-895-8398.

Suicide Prevention

Hope 4 Iowa Crisis Call Line: 844-673-4469

Veterans Crisis Line responder anytime day or night: Call 800-273-8255

Pottawattamie County Conservation


Location Pottawattamie County Courthouse
227 S 6th St.
Council Bluffs, IA 51501