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Employee Wellness

CNM’s Wellness Program is committed to empowering employees by creating opportunities and providing resources for the attainment of well-being, culminating in our college being a great place to work.

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Wellness Trainings

Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid is a groundbreaking training program that helps participants identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders.

Employees interested in the training can for more information.

CNM Wellness Initiative

To learn more about CNM's Employee Wellness initiative, contact .

CNM’s Employee Assistance Program is a valuable resource available to all faculty, staff, and student employees. EAP is a voluntary program that offers free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, and follow-up services to employees who have personal and/or work-related problems.

Free employee and family assistance counseling is made available to the CNM community through Deer Oaks. EAP is a completely confidential program for counseling, employee assistance, educational and prevention services.

For more information, call 1-866-327-2400.

EAP Newsletters

Newsletter from Deer Oaks, CNM's Employee Assistance Program.

December 2014  Employee Enhancement Newsletter

  • Resilience: Build Skills to Endure Hardship
  • Power Down at Night
  • Wash Away the 5 Most Common Handwashing Myths
  • Clinician's Corner...
  • How to: Transfer or Rollover Your Retirement...

December 2014 Supervisor/HR Newsletter

  • Ask the Staff: 'What keeps you up at night?'
  • 7 Habits of Highly Effective Supervisors
  • Ask Your EAP!

November 2014 Employee Enhancement Newsletter

  • Nutrition for Everyone
  • Get your Healthy Game Day On
  • Clinician's Corner..
  • Establish Personal Financial Priorities

November 2014 Supervisor/HR Newsletter

  • Embrace a Less-is-More Approach
  • The Importance of Emotional Intelligence for Supervisors
  • Ask Your EAP!