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Mental Health, Depression and Ending Stigma in the Construction Industry

Stigma associated with mental health conditions runs high in the construction industry with high rates of suicide. But that's changing as the industry uses innovative approaches in tackling stigma by raising mental health awareness, engaging in creative campaigns, and helping employees feel psychologically safe seeking care when it's needed.

Join us for a virtual town hall on Wednesday August 26, 2020 from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET and hear from leaders in this movement who will share the innovative ways they've busted stigma, engaged leaders, and made a positive difference. Much can be learned from this work, which is especially important as our nation faces a surge in people experiencing mental health conditions.

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