Don’t Let Financial Stress Make You Sick
Working hard, sticking to a budget and saving for the future are all part of life, but some people find themselves worrying about their financial situation to the point that it harms their physical and mental health. Studies have found that financial stressors can lead to anxiety, hypertension, depression and more. In this video, Dr. Dunn discusses how enrolling in our free online financial health series—offered through Mobility Capital Finance (MoCaFi)—can provide you with the tools you need to improve your financial outlook, stick to a savings strategy that works for you and reduce the amount of stress you feel about financial planning. To learn more about this valuable resource and register for the series, just visit www.1199SEIUBenefits.org/MoCaFi.
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About Dr. Dunn
Dr. Dunn oversees the 1199SEIU Benefit Funds’ clinical, care management and analytics functions, and is responsible for pursuing health and wellness initiatives and value-based strategies.
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