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Workplace mental wellness is a national story. Workers have always struggled with stress, anxiety, and depression. With all of the changes in our world over the past year it seems that more and more studies and stories are being completed with a focus workplace mental wellness. With this in mind we have included several well-done studies, reports or narratives that will help you better understand the depth of workplace mental health and the benefit that we all gain by having a better understanding. These materials can be found here.


Mental Health Screening

The Center for Construction Resource and Training

A non-profit dedicated to reducing occupational injuries, illnesses and fatalities in the construction industry through research, training and service programs.

Indiana Small Business Development Center

Helps create and grow Indiana small businesses through expert entrepreneurial guidance, relevant trainings and comprehensive resources.

Mental Health America

Is the country’s leading nonprofit dedicated to helping all people live mentally healthier lives.

American Psychiatric Association–Foundation

Administers public outreach programs and support aimed at eliminating stigma, overcoming mental illness, and advancing mental health.

Center for Workplace Mental Health (Right Direction)

Provides employers with the tools, resources and information needed to promote and support the mental health of employees and their families.

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National Institute for Mental Health

The largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on understanding, treatment of and prevention of mental disorders.

National Alliance for Mental Illness

A national mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for Americans affected by mental illness.

The Division of Mental Health and Addiction (Indiana)

Collaborates with a network of mental health providers and funds addiction prevention and treatment programs.

Only 40% of employees who suffer from stress have talked to their employers about it.

Depression leads to $51 billion in cost due to absenteeism and $26 billion in treatment costs.