Confidential Support for Physicians and Providers

Protected Mental Health Support for Physicians and Providers

SafeHaven™ ensures physicians, APPs, residents, nurses and other healthcare professional can seek support for burnout, career fatigue or other mental health issues, outside of their employer, without the fear of undue repercussions to their medical license.

SafeHaven was launched by the Medical Society of Virginia (MSV) and VITAL WorkLife in 2020 to support state medical societies, professional associations and similar organizations who have legislation—either planned or in place—offering protections to those in the medical profession who seek help or emotional support.

The SafeHaven program includes VITAL WorkLife’s comprehensive suite of resources—Clinician Well-Being Resources—designed specifically for physicians, APPs and residents to help mitigate the effects of stress and burnout and allow for better work/life integration.

State Medical Societies, Professional Associations and Organizations

SafeHaven programs are delivered at the state level through state medical societies or nationally via professional associations or healthcare organizations. If interested, we will work closely with the your society, association or healthcare organization to successfully implement SafeHaven for your members. Contact us to learn more.

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Contact us to discuss this monumental legislation sweeping the country, to learn more about the SafeHaven solution and how we partner with state medical societies and other organizations.

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Physician Well-Being Resources Fact Sheet

Learn more about our unique solution designed to help reduce stress and burnout, promote work/life integration and support the well-being of physicians and providers.

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MSV and VITAL WorkLife discuss the 2020 legislation that protects physicians who seek behavioral health support and our partnership to support physicians struggling with stress, burnout and the effects of COVID-19.

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