Last Chance to Register for Tomorrow’s National Council for Behavioral Health Webinar! Invest in Wellness: Strategies to Support Your Staff TOMORROW, June. 14, 1:00-2:00 pm EST
Workplace wellness programs help organizations combat chronic diseases and lower health care costs of employees. By creating a wellness culture within your organization, employers can enable employees to live healthier and more productive lives, which can translate into healthier clients.
Hear from Addiction Treatment Services, Community Services Group and Stanley Street Treatment & Resources to learn how its executives prioritized employees by giving them the resources, education and tools—such as the myStrength platform or Relias Learning courses—to support their mental health and well-being.
Reserve Your Spot<https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2650070787845597955>
Presenters: Jaycie Ransom, Director of Operations, Addiction Treatment Services; Susan Blue, President & CEO, Community Services Group;Janet Hartle, VP of Processes & Employee Services, Community Services Group; Emily Hertzler, Director of Human Resources, Community Services Group; Nancy Paull, CEO, Stanley Street Treatment & Resources; Paula Beaulieu, Program Director, Stanley Street Treatment & Resources -----------------
Pilot Study Shows myStrength Improves Mental Health Outcomes Among Employees
A industry-leading EAP partner recently offered myStrength to employees of a large customer. The controlled pilot study was designed to explore the capabilities of a digital program to help employees who are suffering from depression, anxiety or substance use. The results confirmed that myStrength can be a potent tool for engaging users and amplifying mental wellness outcomes.
Read the study results announcement<https://news.aetna.com/2016/05/technology-opens-new-doors-for-depression-and-anxiety-treatment/>
* Employees who used myStrength had reductions in depression and anxiety symptoms three times greater than the control group. * myStrength participants demonstrated remarkably high engagement, with 93 percent of people in this group regularly accessing program materials. myStrength engagement was 20 percentage points higher than the control group. * myStrength participants saw a 55% reduction in depression scores – significantly greater than the 22% reduction in the control group. The myStrength group showed similarly significant reductions in anxiety levels compared to the control group.