Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Resources
Mental illnesses affect 19% of the adult population, 46% of teenagers, and 13% of children each year. People struggling with their mental health may be in your family, live next door, work in the next cubicle or sit in the same church pew. Untreated mental illness can contribute to higher medical expenses, poorer performance at school and work, fewer employment opportunities, and increased risk of suicide.
Health Advocate has been helping Americans navigate the complexity of the healthcare system for over 19 years. They offer a full range of clinical and administrative services as well as behavioral health and wellness programs supported by medical claims data science and a technology platform that uses machine learning to drive people to engage in their health and well-being.
Health Advocate Webinar: Breaking the Silence on Suicide: What to know and how to help (20-minutes)
- This presentation is designed to build awareness of overall emotional well-being and the impact in the workplace and provide tools to identify stressors and signs. It is not intended to diagnose or treat a mental health issue.
- They will discuss the stigma surrounding mental illness, define emotional health is, review signs, symptoms, and behavior changes, and share resources for those seeking help.
- They will debunk myths of depression and suicide and discuss ways to help someone you may be concerned about by referring to EAP and professional resources.
Health Advocate licensed counselors are available 24/7. When an unexpected critical incident occurs, their team is ready to provide expert help for you. You can call them directly at 877-240-6863 to speak with an EAP Crisis Counselor.