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Health and Wellness

CBP is committed to providing resources that help you and your family through life’s biggest events and biggest challenges. Click on any of the topics below to find information on resources, benefits and programs designed to help CBP employees and their family members.

 

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  A performance-based, instructor-led program designed to promote resiliency and increase the productivity of CBP employees.
 

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If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (TTY 1-800-799-4TTY).
 

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 Find resources available to you or someone you know who is suffering from substance abuse disorder.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Understand what domestic violence is and resources available. Domestic violence is unacceptable and contrary to CBP's core values.

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HEALTHIERCBP
 HealthierCBP includes the agency wide
Physical Fitness Program, health and wellness challenges and resources to support a healthier lifestyle.
 

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VETERAN SUPPORT PROGRAM
Connecting CBP Veterans and their families to resources within the CBP workforce-community and their communities at-large on VA benefits.

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PEER SUPPORT AND CHAPLAINCY
 CBP Peer Support members and chaplains are available to support any CBP employee with job-related traumatic incidents or any issue before it becomes chronic and debilitating.    
Last modified: 
September 21, 2020