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Mental Health & Well-Being Support

In addition to our Breakaway Leadership leadership development program, TASA members have access to mental health and wellness programs that support their overall well-being.

Care Solace: Mental Health Care Coordination Service for TASA Members

Life is hard, and so is leadership. So even though you might be thriving as a leader, you may feel parts of your personal or professional life need attention, especially if you’re feeling stressed, depressed, or burned out. But who has time to navigate the complicated health care and insurance maze to secure assistance? Care Solace can help, so TASA partners with the mental health care coordination service to help TASA members and their families connect to quality care.

eM Life™: Stress Reduction Programs to Enhance Your Well-being

Let’s face it, leadership can be challenging! Unrelenting pressure often results in stress, anxiety, and poor “coping” habits. eM Life™ can help TASA members reduce stress and make every moment matter. The platform offers interactive, live, and on-demand programs led by expert teachers on topics such as workplace stress, compassion fatigue, weight balance, living with cancer, diabetes, and chronic pain, and more.

Breakaway Leadership

Breakaway Leadership is a leadership development program designed for superintendents who want to learn skills and habits to set them apart from other leaders. By focusing on developing and improving all aspects of their well-being – mental, social-emotional, physical – participants will come to the leadership table with a level of fitness that enables them to lead from a position of strength and clarity – all day every day.

Need an employee health/wellness program for your school district?

TASA partners with Wondr Health to support school employee wellness in Texas. School districts receive special pricing when they add Wondr Health to their benefits plans — a move that not only helps valued employees lead healthier, happier lives and better serve students, but also potentially reduces health care costs, which have a real impact on districts’ financial bottom line and ability to allocate more resources into district classrooms.

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