Mental Health First Aid at Work is a mental health training program that teaches participants how to notice and support an individual who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use concern or crisis in a work environment and connect them with appropriate employee and community resources. Mental Health First Aid at Work is a skills-based, experiential and evidence-based practice. Download the Mental Health First Aid at Work one-pager.
This month, the National Council for Mental Wellbeing scheduled a mental health day to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Month. It was a modest but important measure to help our hard-working staff, and the benefits were significant. Like all employers, we have recognized that structural and organizational approaches to time management and stress reduction can help working adults better cope with burnout, anxiety and other […]...Read More May 19