Employers can positively impact the mental health of their workforce. As a standalone benefit or a supplement to a current employee wellness initiative, Well2Work supports leadership, management, and human resources professionals who want to improve the mental health of their organization.

MHANI trainers are available to visit your organization to teach employees and management about a variety of mental health topics. These may include depression, work-related stress, suicide warning signs and prevention, mental illness in the workplace, accommodating disabilities, and other topics that are relevant to your company.

DID YOU KNOW

  • 1 in 5 Americans lives with mental health conditions – only 30% seek treatment.

  • Workers with depression or anxiety reported 27 lost work days per year (9 sick days and 18 days reflecting lost productivity).

  • $300 billion per year in total costs due to serious mental illness.

  • Approximately 75,000 Hoosiers in Northeast Indiana are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition while working.

  • Factors like stress, lifestyle, trauma, genetics, economic hardship, and mental illness contribute to depression in the workplace.

Sources: Mental Health America, World Health Organization, National Institute of Mental Health, U.S. National Comorbidity Survey

Workplace Mental Health Assessment

In partnership with the American Psychiatric Association Foundation and One Mind at Work, National Mental Health America developed a comprehensive workplace assessment to help employers develop a mentally healthier workplace. If you are an employer, manager, or HR representative, complete the assessment for customized results and evidence-based resources to help your organization improve employee mental health.

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Request a Consultation

Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana (MHANI) staff are available for individual consultations. We can craft a unique plan to best meet your business’s mental health needs.

Request a consultation using the form below. Contact us with questions at (260) 422-6441 or info@mhanortheastindiana.org.