SIDEBAR: SafeHaven™ Offers Michigan Physicians & Health Care Providers Resources to Manage Stress and Burnout

While Michigan physicians meet the behavioral health needs of their patients, their own mental health remains critical. The Michigan State Medical Society (MSMS) has launched SafeHaven™, a comprehensive and confidential physician and health care provider well-being program offering clinicians with the resources and support they need to address career fatigue and behavioral health concerns.

SafeHaven™, which is implemented in partnership with VITAL WorkLife, provides a host of discreet and confidential set of tools and resources they can access to stay well, avoid burnout, and connect to their purpose without the fear of undue repercussions to their medical license.

SafeHaven™ resources are available to providers and their families and include:

In-the-moment telephonic support, available 24/7.

Counseling sessions.

Peer coaching.

Legal and financial consultations and resources, available 24/7.

WorkLife Concierge—a virtual assistant to help with tasks, available 24/7.

VITAL WorkLife App providing mobile access to SafeHaven™ resources.

For more information about SafeHaven™, please visit