Your safety is our priority. We’re doing more than ever to help ensure your protection and well-being when you come see us for care. Learn more.

Leading Through Burnout

Resources to help support you and your team.

This site is your go-to source for guidance, tips and ideas you need to prevent or lessen burnout. Through the site, you’ll get a better understanding of burnout, how it affects us, and how to heal. Everything is in one place to ease your way.

Examples of tools include:

  • Quick links to self-care resources such as Lyra, Credible Mind and Lifeline Chat
  • Overview of the causes of burnout and how to take immediate action that works
  • Practices for core leaders to use such as assembling a burnout team and hosting focus groups

Please take advantage of this site and all it has to offer. It will help you prioritize your well-being and the well-being of your caregivers.

Learn more here.

Burnout and Emotional Well-Being Toolkit

Feeling Burnt Out?

Learn how to identify burnout, treatment, prevention and about free tools and resources available to help support you with burnout.

TeleSpiritual Health

When you need a prayer for strength or a listening ear, our spiritual care team is here for you. Email to request an appointment.

Caregiver Resource Site

We want to extend a heartfelt thank-you for giving your all, day in and day out, to care for your patients and colleagues. Over these past weeks, caregivers have pulled together across our family of organizations to get the job done. We are all in this together; this is our Mission in action.

In March, Providence ministries and affiliates put into place a number of programs and temporary benefits to care for you during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our priority was to provide a safety-net so everyone would have a paycheck and needed support during the crisis and potential surges in our communities.

As our organizations start to steady, here’s an update about benefits and programs supporting you going forward.

Learn more here

Physician Support Line (for physicians only)

This is a hotline specifically for MDs coping with stress during this stressful time. Staffed by hundreds of volunteer psychiatrists. Note: this resource is not a part of the Providence health system. Two Providence providers recently shared their personal experience with depression, including suicidal thoughts, and their recovery journey. Watch that video here.

Get started here

Nursing World

Well-being tools and resources for nurses only.

Get started here.

Sponsored by ANA Enterprise (an association of American Nurses Association, American Nurses Credentialing Center and American Nurses Foundation)