be resilient

A healthy emotional life doesn't affect just the way you feel; it can also positively affect your relationships with family, friends and co-workers. Likewise, emotional difficulties can make it tough to get through even the simplest daily routine, much less the rigors of your job and family life. The resources, plans and programs highlighted here can help you manage stress and find ways to become more resilient in the face of life's challenges.

what is resilience?

Resilience is the ability to face and manage adversity, challenges and changes. Resilient people and organizations use resources adaptively and thrive. Chevron has a variety of resources, like trainings and recordings, to help you build or maintain your resiliency. Visit Resilient Living (intranet only) for more information.

more tools and resources

meQuilibrium is an online resilience tool that can help keep you thinking and feeling your best at work and at home. meQuillibrium provides skills for developing and building resilience to better navigate stress, improve focus and encourage agile problem solving. 

Employees and family members have access to Chevron's confidential and anonymous online mental health screening tool. The tool will provide an assessment for the following conditions: depression, alcohol, eating disorders, anxiety/post-traumatic stress disorder. 

Take an anonymous screening

Is stress putting your health at risk? 

Stress is one of the six most common risk factors for cardiovascular disease. In response to stress, your body automatically increases blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, metabolism, and blood flow to your muscles. This response is intended to help your body react effectively to a high-pressure situation. But when you are constantly reacting to stressful situations without making adjustments to counter the effects, the pressure can threaten your health and emotional well-being. 

Chevron has partnered with WebMD to offer the Healthy You program. By participating in this program you can understand if stress is putting your health at risk, create a plan to reduce stress, work with a health coach to help manage stress and build resilience, and use a variety of online tools and resources that are personalized to you. 

Once you have a Healthy You account, sign in to ensure relevant information is prioritized for you about stress. 

  • From inside your account, make sure your interests selected include Stress
  • From the home page top menu, under your name, if Stress is not listed, click the edit button to select Stress
  • You’ll then be able to easily find more news, resources and information about stress, including links to mental health podcasts.
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support is available from employee assistance
Chevron Employee Assistance can help you (or a Chevron dependent) navigate challenges at work, at home or wherever you might encounter them. If support is needed, you can reach an EAP advisor day or night by calling 1-800-860-8205 (toll-free) or 1-925-842-3333. Learn more about EAP (intranet).