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Community Presentation & Events
Mental Health America offers community education programs on mental health and mental illness for businesses, civic groups, faith communities and the community at large. Topics include an overview of mental illness or specific disorders, myths and facts about mental illness, personal safety, de-escalation skills, suicide prevention and much more. Programs can be designed for your needs. Call the MHA to request an educational program at 513-721-2910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Presentations: Ready For You
1-2 hour (time can vary) overview of mental health disorders and treatment
Depression and You: learn all about the impact of depression and how to get or give help when someone needs it.
Suicide Prevention: One Community at a Time: length of training varies. Overview of suicide, causes, realted mental illnesses, prevention methods, how to get help.
Mental Health conditions exact a major toll on America's workforce. In response to this significant issue, MHA offers programming aimed at addressing the impact of mental health conditions on individuals, families, and businesses. Because...there is no health without mental health.
The facts: According to the American Psychiatric Association (May, 2009)
- The economy is forcing patients to choose between basic needs and mental health services
- Psychiatrists have seen a drop in frequency of current patient visits
- Women say economic downturn negatively impacted their mental health: 45% said it has had little impact, 37% said no impact, 16% said moderate impact, and 2% said it has had significant impact
A fee-based scale for education programs in the workplace setting
- Consultant services to help develop healthy workplace campaigns such as "Live Your Life Well" (visit www.liveyourlifewell.org), screening tools, etc.
- Connection with over 600 support groups
- Consulting to connect with treatment services
- Follow up services/partner relationships to determine emerging needs
*Businesses and organizations utilizing MHA's Employer Health Initiative will be listed on the MHA website as "Partners in Health" and can link to the MHA website from their own site.
For more information, contact mailto:email@example.com?subject=Employer%20Health%20Initiative.