The Center for Workplace Mental Health exists to provide useful, informative resources to employers seeking to improve absenteeism and productivity while enhancing worker quality of life. Explore the programs below to kickstart positive mental health initiatives at your organization!
Learn more about federal and state laws requiring coverage offered for mental health and substance use conditions be no more restrictive than coverage for other medical conditions.
This infographic provides employers info on The Collaborative Care Model and how it can help improve treatment and results while lowering costs.
Our calculators create personalized reports, based on your workforce demographics, that you can use to show the importance of prioritizing mental health in your workplace.
The ICU Program is an awareness campaign made especially for the workplace, designed to reduce the stigma associated with mental health and foster a workplace culture that supports emotional health.
A series to inspire employers to create a culture of mental health and well-being by providing practical tools and strategies, thought-leadership, and education.
The Center for Workplace Mental Health, Mental Health America and One Mind at Work is creating an easy to use and comprehensive assessment and access to a full array of high impact workplace mental health resources.
Right Direction is a first-of-its-kind initiative, developed for and by employers, that gives employers the tools they need to address depression in the workplace.
Mental Health Works, our monthly email newsletter, keeps you informed on the latest in workplace mental health news and research.
View detailed steps that employers, employer coalitions and health plans can take to improve access to care.
The Path Forward for Mental Health and Substance Use aims to execute a disciplined, private sector approach to improve five established best practices of mental health and substance use care.
Directly from expertise shared by leading employers, the Working Well Toolkit educates employers about current best practices to create supportive workplace environments.
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