Mental Health

Mental Health Resources for Team Members

Your emotional well-being includes how you think, act and feel. It also helps you cope with stress, relate to others and make decisions. It can change over time, depending on factors such as your workload, stress and work-life balance. Please remember that there are resources available to you and there is no shame in asking for help.


A printable resource list can be accessed here: Mental Health Resources for Cooper Team Members


Behavioral Health Benefits Covered 100% In-Network

The Core and Standard PPO medical plan options cover behavioral health and substance abuse services at 100% in-network (across Tier 1 & Tier 2).

Visit to explore mental health providers based on a variety of factors – insurance, geographic location, issue, language, and more.

Carebridge – Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

In addition to the benefits included in our medical plans, Carebridge offers a full suite of services to help support you when you’re in need. Carebridge provides free, confidential short-term counseling, information, and referral services for a wide range of problems, such as family and relationship concerns, caring for elderly parents, or managing stress and change.

Debriefings, Group, and Peer Support

The Compassion and Resiliency Experience (C.A.R.E.) Program provides evidence-based support to teams. If you think your team would benefit from a group, reach out to your team lead and they can request a group via the Cooper Health & Wellness Website. Information about peer support can also be found on the website.

Local & National Resources

Crisis Resources

Additional Resources:

Camden – Oaks Integrated Care
2201 W. Chapel Ave Cherry Hill 08002
24 hour hotline: (856) 428-4357 

Burlington – Legacy Treatment Services
218 A Sunset Road Willingboro 08046
24 hour hotline: (609) 835-6180

Gloucester – Newpoint Behavioral Health Care @ Inspira Medical Center
Woodbury 509 N Broad St Woodbury 08096
Call: (856) 845-9100

Depression Resource

Whether you’re experiencing depression or close to someone who might be, Right Direction can help.

We’re here to raise awareness about depression in the workplace, demystify the symptoms and treatment options, and provide free information, tools, and resources to help you find your way.