Mental Health Support
Providing high-quality mental health services for your employees and their family is easier than you might think. We provide participants with access to Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) certified healthcare professionals and licensed behavioral health counselors, onsite, from the comfort of home or on-the-go so they can get help they need, when they need it.
Mental Health First Aid Certified Healthcare Professionals
Improved Mental Health
MHFA certified healthcare professionals will quickly help identify signs of mental distress and provide techniques to promote resiliency and wellbeing. This will help reduce the prevalence of mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety.
Reduced Healthcare Costs
Providing an MHFA certified healthcare professionals can help reduce healthcare costs associated with mental health issues. This can be achieved by reducing the need for costly treatments and improving overall health and wellbeing.
By providing an MHFA certified healthcare professionals, people are more likely to engage in conversations about mental health and wellness. This can lead to increased job satisfaction and loyalty among employees.
An MHFA certified healthcare professional can help improve overall performance by providing individuals with the tools to manage stress and other mental health issues. This can help increase engagement and productivity in the workplace.
Improved Community Culture
Having an MHFA certified healthcare professional will help create a more supportive and inclusive workplace or community culture. This will lead to improved morale and productivity.
Mental Health Services
Available in all 50 states.
Used when participant’s concern requires a higher level of clinical care. Most of the time these referrals are generated by our MHFA certified professionals.
Participants can schedule counseling appointments of 30 to 60 minutes, either onsite, via video or phone call. Our counselors work with each individual to create a tailored treatment plan best suited to their needs and frequency of care.
Services support a broad range of issues including; stress, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, sleep issues, work/life balance, family conflict, parenting concerns, adjustment challenges, and learning difficulties.
Types of Services:
- Evidence-based, solution-focused psychotherapy
- Primary care support
- Collaborative care management
- Psychosocial assessments and treatment plans
- Screenings for suicide, depression, and anxiety
- Psychological testing and assessments
- Specialist referral and monitoring
- Crisis intervention facilitation
What You’ll Learn:
- How Mental Health First Aid helps organizations support employees
- How to address the growing mental health crisis
- A new tool to aid companies in upholding overall Corporate Social Responsibility