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Take Charge at Work

It’s normal to feel down sometimes. But if you’ve lost interest in things that usually bring you joy, have trouble concentrating or feel sluggish, it may be signaling something more. That’s why we’re offering Take Charge at Work.

Take Charge at Work is a confidential program designed to help working adults recognize and manage symptoms of stress and depression at work. The goal of the program is to help employees find better work-life balance, so they can get back to feeling productive and enjoying their lives.

Who is eligible?

  • All State and Higher Education benefit eligible employees, over the age of 18
  • All Local Education and Local Government State health insurance plan members, over the age of 18
  • Dependents over the age of 18, eligible for EAP, and who are working either full/part time

State of TN is offering TCAW participants an incentive* of $150 to complete the TCAW Engagement Activity.
Engagement Activity (session one) is defined by completion of the first coaching session. Incentive tracked through ActiveHealth Management.

*The TCAW incentive is offered to eligible state and higher ed active members only.

Step 1: Take the assessment

Answer a short series of simple questions to assess your risk for depression. The information you share is completely confidential. Complete online assessment or call 855-Here4TN.

Start with the assessment

Step 2: Start the program

If you qualify, you’ll be prompted to call 855-Here4TN. Once enrolled, you'll have access to a program workbook and will work through each chapter at a pace that’s right for you. You’ll also connect with a coach during regular phone calls.

Step 3: Feel better

Together with a coach, you will create a personal plan — so you can get a work-life balance back and start enjoying life again. If you are incentive-eligible, your first coaching call will be your engagement activity.

Take Charge at Work is available at no additional cost as part of your Here4TN benefits. If you have questions about the program, call us at 855-Here4TN (855-437-3486).

If you have thoughts of hurting yourself or others, call your health care professional, 911 or a suicide hotline such as 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433). Or have someone drive you to your nearest emergency department. If you feel that you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself or others, call 911 or your local emergency services immediately.

This program should not be used for emergency or urgent care needs. In an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. This program is not a substitute for a doctor's or professional's care. Due to the potential for a conflict of interest, legal consultation will not be provided on issues that may involve legal action against Optum or its affiliates, or any entity through which the caller is receiving these services directly or indirectly (e.g., employer or health plan). This program and its components may not be available in all states or for all group sizes and is subject to change. Coverage exclusions and limitations may apply.