Employers Make Employee Mental Health Care and Wellbeing a Top Priority

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Mental health has declined through the pandemic; three times as many Americans report major symptoms of anxiety or depression compared to 2019. To address these concerns, two out of three U.S. employers (67%) plan to make employee mental health and emotional wellbeing programs and solutions one of their top three health priorities over the next three years. Mental health access and care challenges are likely to endure over the next several years, but employers can play a leading role in supporting the psychological wellbeing of their employees and their families.

According to the CDC, rates of depression and

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