Addressing the Mental Health Stigma: Suicide Awareness and Intervention

The vast majority of adults (93%) believe suicide can be prevented, according to Public Perception of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Survey results. This means most people are willing to recognize that help helps. However, severe stigma, limited provider access and availability, and a lack of clinical navigation are all significant issues that contribute to the mental health crisis and increasing suicide rates. Providing clear pathways for employees to receive mental health support is more important than ever, especially post-pandemic. 

Offering a wellness benefit that is designed to address the mental health crisis directly will greatly help your staff. In this guide, you’ll learn how to:

  • Address mental health challenges before crisis
  • Identify suicide risk
  • Use proven ways to intervene
  • Lead with compassion and care in your workplace


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