Beyond Stress: What Severe Mental Health Challenges Mean for Workers, and How Employers Can Help

At least 5% of employees today are dealing with severe mental illness, and COVID-19 has exacerbated both symptoms and barriers to care. Learn what's needed to support these members, reign in health care costs, and cultivate a more resilient workforce.

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The stigma and fear of repercussions that keep some employees from discussing mental health in the workplace are just part of the problem. Numerous hurdles block the path to care for the roughly 5 percent of U.S. adults who experience a serious mental illness each year. In this report, we explore:

  • Some of the most common roadblocks to the right care
  • The repercussions for individuals and companies when people don’t get needed care
  • The components of effective care for serious mental illnesses
  • How employers can ensure their employees have the support they need to thrive