A Generation in Crisis: Supporting Working Parents with Teens

Teen mental health challenges have been on the rise over the past decade. When teens struggle, their parents do, too. Traditional EAPs aren’t enough to ensure employees and their children have access to the care they need.

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The mental health of parents and children are inextricably linked. Parents are taking time away from work to seek care on top of being distracted by their child’s well-being. All of this can lead to lower productivity, absenteeism, and burnout. As an organization, it’s critical to support working parents, particularly parents of teens, where easy access to quality mental health care is crucial for their long-term well-being.

In this guide you’ll learn:

  • Why teen mental health negatively affects parent work performance
  • Strategies to support working parents of teens
  • How to provide the right mental health benefits for your employees and their families