EOCCO wants you to be in charge of your whole health. These wellness tools provide information on your healthy habits and the things you are doing that aren't so healthy.
myStrength’s web and mobile tools help you get better and stay mentally strong. It offers personalized resources to help you overcome challenges you face and improve your mood.
myStrength can assist you with:
- Controlling anxiety
- Managing depression
- Reducing stress
- Mindfulness & meditation
- Improving sleep
- Balancing intense emotions
- Managing chronic pain
- Drug or alcohol recovery
- Opioid recovery
- Quitting smoking
- Weight management & eating well
Sign up in 3 easy steps:
- Visit myStrength online and click the “Sign Up” button.
- Enter your email address and tell us what county you live in.
- Complete the sign-up process and go to your own personalized homepage!
Safe, secure and effective
myStrength is a confidential and safe place for you.
EOCCO will help you with your health and wellness. These tools are optional and can help you to learn if you may have a need for behavioral health assistance.
Unhealthy alcohol use
Unhealthy alcohol use is a common and serious issue. It ranges from risky drinking to alcohol dependence. About 30% of the U.S. adults misuse alcohol, which accounts for 1 in 10 deaths in the U.S.
The World Health Organization (WHO) developed the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) to assess alcohol use, drinking behaviors and alcohol-related problems.
If you have questions or concerns about alcohol use, please contact your provider. Counseling or follow-up care includes:
- Feedback on alcohol use and its harmful impact
- Knowing high-risk drinking situations and coping strategies
- Motivations to reduce drinking
- Developing a personal plan to reduce drinking
- Documentation of receiving treatment
Weight assessment, counseling for nutrition and physical activity for children/teens
Obesity in childhood and adolescence is one of the most important developments in pediatrics in the past two decades. The rapid increase of obesity among children is one of the biggest challenges facing pediatricians.
Percentage of patients ages 3-17 who had an outpatient visit with a primary care physician (PCP) or obstetrician/gynecologist (OB/GYN) and who had evidence of the following during the measurement period:
- Percentage of patients with height, weight and body mass index (BMI) percentile documentation
- Percentage of patients with nutrition counseling
- Percentage of patients with counseling for physical activity
Initial patient population
Patients ages 3-17 with at least one outpatient visit with a PCP or an OB/GYN during the measurement period.
Higher score indicates better quality.