Virtual Resources for Temporary Closure
While the university is operating under temprorary closure, we are providing resources and tools that you can use from home. Many of which are FREE!
Please be sure that you are taking the time to practice self-care by maintaining your mental wellness, physical fitness, and nutrition.
FREE Pre-recorded Webinars and Workshops – Wide range of topics that can help you and your loved one navigate various health and wellness challenges. Click here for the full list!
FREE Clear Pricing Project Behavioral Health Provider – Did you know that if you have the 80/20 and 70/30 plans that you can see a mental health provider for free? Click here to find a Clear Pricing Project Behavioral Health Provider on the list, so you can start your FREE sessions!
FREE Virtual Nutrition Counseling
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent quarantine, many Nutritionist and Registered Dietitians are offering virtual nutrition counseling, which is FREE and available to ALL employees and dependents on the State Health Plan (both 80/20 and 70/30). ACCEHW recommends the following two companies for your nutrition counseling needs: TNT (Total Nutrition Technology) and LifeStyle Medical Center…see information below.
TNT: Total Nutrition Technology, Inc.
To make an appointment, call or email: Taylor Renko, RD, LDN – Direct: (607) 215-5599 – Office: (704) 549-9550 – Fax: (704) 549-9570 – www.tntgetfit.com
Lifestyle Medical Center
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit https://www.lifestylemedicalcenters.com/contact-covid19/ or call 919-354-7077.
In partnership with UREC, Les Mills has created a streaming site with FREE access to over 100 workouts across 10 categories including something for the whole family. Please refer to this link for workouts.
- Users will not need a Les Mills On Demand account to access the content
- Free content will be available for at least two months. This may be extended.
As part of the EAP, ComPsych offers confidential counseling, financial resources, legal support, work-life solutions and more guidance for our UNC Charlotte employees. For more information about this program, please visit the Employee Assistance Program website.
Other resources are listed below:
- PsychCom digital resource toolkit
- Virtual sharing and streaming
- UNC Charlotte COVID-19 resources page
- What companies are doing for students, staff and faculty working remotely