Self-care tools, tips, and activities
Take a moment. Take a breath. Take time for self-care. Explore our broad range of self-care resources — including apps, audio activities, articles, and more — designed to help you thrive in mind, body, and spirit.
Digital apps for a healthy state of mind
Try Calm and myStrength at no cost. These apps, which are recommended by Kaiser Permanente clinicians, help with sleep, stress, anxiety, and more.
Navigating life's changes and challenges
Life’s normal ups and downs can throw you off-kilter — but simple self-care strategies and healthy habits can help you through them.
Simple ways to be kind to your mind
Small acts of self-care can have a big impact — these practices can help you wind down, find calm, and feel better.
More healthy steps you can take now
Classes and support groups
Connecting with others who share similar experiences can be incredibly powerful. Our classes and support groups are taught by trained instructors, designed to help you strengthen relationships, change unhealthy behaviors, cope with stress, and more. Some classes may require a fee.
Healthy lifestyle programs
Get personalized advice, encouragement, and support to reach your health goals — entirely online at no cost to Kaiser Permanente members. In these programs, we’ll recommend some simple activities for your daily or weekly routine that can help you:
- Keep stress in check
- Boost your mood
- Sleep better
- Improve eating, exercise, and social habits affected by your mental health
Wellness coaching by phone
Making healthy lifestyle changes can have big mental health benefits. A wellness coach can help you get started, overcome obstacles, and achieve your goals — including reducing stress, quitting smoking, and more.
Connect to care
Contact us to discuss your treatment options. You don’t need a referral to access mental health services.
Additional resources related to COVID-19
In addition to the many resources available from Kaiser Permanente to support your mental health and overall wellness, you can get a range of COVID-19 support online from other mental health organizations:
For general information about COVID-19:
 If you reasonably believe you have an emergency medical condition, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department. An emergency medical condition is a medical or psychiatric condition that requires immediate medical attention to prevent serious jeopardy to your health. For the complete definition of an emergency medical condition, please refer to your Evidence of Coverage or other coverage documents.