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Businesses can provide employees with tools that help them self-assess for levels of depression, anxiety, substance abuse and other problems. Tools like this are often called “mental health screening” tools, and they are an important component of detection and early prevention of common mental health concerns.  When mental health conditions like these are identified early they, like other progressive illnesses, can be treated and prevented from escalating into debilitating and life-threatening problems. On the other hand, untreated mental illnesses like depression are often the primary drivers of suicide risk.

We have strong evidence from the National Institute of Mental Health that suggests that when employees’ mental health problems are identified early and treated well, the employees are able to recover and save the business significant costs in lost productivity from the illness.Screenings can serve as a comfortable, non-threatening way to gauge one’s emotional health and can be used as a starting point for further services. Organizations listed below provide mental health screening services that can be customized for companies or can be offered directly to their adult employees.

  • Man Therapy
    Type of Organization: Non-profit
    Services: 18-point head inspection for men
    Format (Print, Webinar, Blog, etc.): Online
    Cost: Free
  • Workplace Response Screening for Mental Health
    Type of Organization: Non-profit
    Services: Mental Health online screening
    Format (Print, Webinar, Blog, etc.): Online
    Cost: Cost based on employee population 
National Action Alliance
for Suicide Prevention

1025 Thomas Jefferson St., NW, Ste 700 W
Washington, DC 20007

info@theActionAlliance.org