This May, we highlight mental health resources and introduce you to some of NEBGH's MVPs (Most Valuable Pets) in recognition of National Pet Month!
Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May marks Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, which celebrates the histories of Americans hailing from across the Asian continent and from the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia.
ALS Awareness Month

Learn how the ALS Association is observing ALS Awareness Month in 2022, including several upcoming events.
Black Women's Mental Health

Despite the pressure to be a superhero, Black women are more likely to report feeling sad, lonely, and anxious. However, they are less likely to seek mental health support than white women. Some Black women may not know that their emotions are a symptom of anxiety or depression. This can make it unclear that support could be necessary.
The team of educators at has created a curated guide that provides ample resources and opportunities for minority readers to deal with stress positively.
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Small Ways To Reduce Work-Related Stress

This Wall Street Journal article by New York University’s Dr. Tessa West provides guidance on four ways bosses can help reduce stress at work.
NEBGH & Healthy People 2030 Champion Program

NEBGH is excited to work with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) and join the Healthy People 2030 Champion Program.
Healthy People 2030 Champions are public and private organizations that support the Healthy People 2030 vision. ODPHP recognizes and supports Champions — with information, tools, and resources — as we work to promote Healthy People 2030.
Raising Awareness About Postpartum Depression

CNN’s “As Equals” series on gender inequality explores one woman’s struggle and provides expert views.

[Content warning: this article discusses suicide]
What Makes High-Performing Teams Stand Out?

Check out Dr. Ron Friedman’s take on five things that set high-performing teams apart in the Harvard Business Review.
May is High Blood Pressure Awareness Month!

This fact sheet provides an overview of what self-care for your heart means. It also offers ideas on how to make your heart health part of your self-care routine, and the benefits of doing so.
  • Radish Health
  • Family-First
  • Omada Health
  • Alight Solutions
  • Brightside Health
  • Transcarent
  • Calibrate
  • Quizzify
  • Cariloop
  • Carrot Fertility
  • Crossover Health
  • Rx Savings Solutions
  • Koa Health
Join us on June 16 for a day jam packed with expert speakers who will help you deliver innovative solutions and collaborate with partners in your organization to promote a connected, committed workforce. This event is FREE for NEBGH members who are HR/Benefits professionals. Non-employer members may purchase two tickets at this time. Not a member? Reach out to