New programs to help you be your best self yet

Tags: Mental, Nutrition, Physical

With the current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, you may be experiencing a lot of uncertainty. To help support American’s team members and families* through this challenging time, it can be reassuring to know you have access to voluntary and no-cost resources to assist with your physical, emotional, and financial well-being. Here are some that could come in handy right about now.

Daylight and Sleepio

To support your mental wellbeing — during the day and at night— we invite you to access these digital programs, at no cost to you.

If you’re dealing with worry and anxiety, try Daylight.

Daylight is an app that will teach you ways to manage the negative emotions in your life.

Get access to Daylight here.


If you’re struggling with falling asleep or staying asleep, Sleepio can help. Sleepio is a science-backed sleep improvement program that can help you get to the root of stubborn poor sleep.

Get access to Sleepio here.


Once registered, access to Daylight and Sleepio will be available for up to 12 months.

EXOS at Home

With live daily workouts, mindset practices, and more, you can leverage evidence-based methodology across the four pillars of mindset, nutrition, movement, and recovery. EXOS at Home can help you get active, unwind, eat well, and have some fun with the people you live with.

Put together your weekly plan to reach your goals and watch the latest videos here. EXOS at Home also offers free livestream classes here.


Access will only be available for a limited time, during the COVID-19 situation.


Well-Being Coaching

Well-being coaches understand that improving your wellness comes in all shapes and sizes and that there are countless ways to be active and healthy. Through Journey to Well-Being, American’s well-being platform, you have access to both one-on-one and virtual group coaching.

Learn more here.


Optum Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Virtual mental health visits

Since COVID-19 emerged, it has become more difficult to conveniently access mental and emotional support. Fortunately, you can now search for mental health providers that offer virtual visits through American’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP), administered by Optum Health. Whether you’re currently unable to meet with your regular mental health provider or are seeking support because of COVID-19 challenges, Optum EAP can help.

Structure for school at home

Many parents have suddenly found themselves in charge of their children’s education. Let EAP help. You can find helpful tips here.

Financial counseling

Many team members are seeking resources to help with the financial challenges that stem from the COVID-19 pandemic. One place to start is the WorkLife Services available through Optum Health. As part of EAP, team members are entitled to a no-cost 30-minute financial counseling session. Resources to help with budgeting, saving, investing and planning for retirement are also available online.


For U.S.-based team members, you can call Optum EAP at 800-363-7190 or visit (access code: AMERICAN). International team members can find the EAP phone number and website for their country here. You can learn more about the Optum EAP here.


Other reputable apps


Learn to manage stress, anxiety and depression with this therapy app. Premium access to Sanvello — all content, coping tools, and peer support — is completely free during the COVID-19 crisis.

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7 Minute Workout by FastBuilder

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HIIT Workouts by FastBuilder

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Fit On

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*All U.S.-based mainline team members are eligible for these offerings. Dependents age 18 and older have free access to all of the listed offerings, except Class Pass. You don’t have to be enrolled in an American Airlines medical option to take part.