A Library of Mental Health Resources

Each May, we recognize Mental Health Awareness, a complex and multi-faceted aspect of total well-being, often impacting and interconnected with other components of overall health. Mental Health is of paramount importance to NEEBC and our community and is a topic we will highlight and progress throughout the year.

With the spotlight on mental health awareness this month, we asked our partners to share their research, tools and solutions on mental health, and they delivered. This compendium of partner content (in alphabetical order by organization) covers a spectrum of mental health-related topics from access and care to the unique considerations for under-served communities, and it offers toolkits, strategies and a framework to help employers expand existing resources.

Health and Access to Care

The right mental health care (Fidelity Investments)
Understanding diverse mental health conditions to get your employees the right mental health care. 

Improving Access to Mental Health Care (KGA)
The 4 Cs for Employers to Consider.

Driving better, more affordable care through integrated behavioral health care (Point32Health)
Understanding the connection between behavioral health and physical health. 

Effective Mental Health Employer Framework, Strategy and Toolkit 

U.S. Surgeon General Releases New Framework For Mental Health and Well-Being in the Workplace (Brown & Brown)
Five Essentials for Workplace Mental Health and Well-Being to help organizations develop, institutionalize, and update policies, processes, and practices that best support the mental health and well-being of all workers. 

Women Employees and Burnout (Care Solace)
Do These 3 Things to Retain Women Employees and Protect Them From Burnout. 

How to Create an Effective Workplace Mental Health Strategy (HUB International)
Employers have an important role to play in addressing their employees’ mental health, helping employees’ stability, happiness and productivity. 

Mental Health Toolkit - form fill required (Marsh McLennan Agency)
A toolkit containing flyers on six common conditions that can affect an employee both in and out of the workplace and an educational piece that directs employees where to go for care depending on their unique situation. 

Behavior Health Clinicians' Conversation

Q&A: “Employers can make a difference” in workplace mental health (Alight)
How organizations can increase access to care and better support employees for improved wellbeing and outcomes.  

Connections between Mental Health and Lifestyle

You are what you eat: the connection between diet and mental health (Mass General Brigham Health Plan)
The connection between diet and emotions arises from the close relationship between the brain and the gastrointestinal tract, often known as “the second brain.”  

Did you know listening to music can benefit your mental health? (Mass General Brigham Health Plan)
Dr. Roberto Olivardia, Clinical Psychologist, and Clinical Associate at McLean Hospital, explains the health benefits of both listening to and playing music.  

Behavioral Health Within Under-served Communities

Complex PTSD & The LGBTQIA+ Community (Alight)
In the LGBTQIA+ community, there’s a higher chance that complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) will develop.

Supporting veterans’ well-being in the workplace (Marsh McLennan Agency)
Since there is no one-size-fits-all approach to helping veteran employees overcome mental distress, it’s important for employers to be accommodating. 

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