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The Path Forward for Mental Health and Substance Use

The Center for Workplace Mental Health joined forces with other influential non-profits to develop The Path Forward for Mental Health and Substance Use Project. The purpose of this project is to execute a systematic and measurable approach to improving access to mental health and substance use care by focusing on 5 key areas.

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Mental Health Works
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The Center introduces a new podcast to support employers in effectively addressing workplace mental health, and a new webinar series starts on October 30 at 3 p.m., co-hosted with Employer's Health.

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According to a survey released by Transamerica Center for Health Studies (TCHS), 96% of employers believe improving mental health in the workplace is good for business.  Unfortunatley, only 65% indicate their company provides adequate mental health services.

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The stigma of depression often leads to social isolation because the depressed person believes no one understands what it's like to be depressed.

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Making Workplace Mental Health Work

See how employers are successfully implementing workplace mental health programs and initiatives.

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Turnkey Programs

We work directly with employers to provide ready-to-deploy resources and programs, helping business to raise standards, positively effect policy change, and improve worker quality of life. 

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MAKING THE BUSINESS CASE

Investing in a mentally healthy workplace is good for business, helping to reduce absenteeism and decreased disability costs while improving employee morale and productivity. 

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MENTAL HEALTH TOPICS

Understanding the conditions, policies, and treatment of mental health issues is the first step to addressing their impact on the workplace. Here, we provide information and insight on mental health issues to help you initiate and manage effective programs and policies. 

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