How We Can Help

Addressing Depression: A Workplace Strategy

The workplace community is a great place to educate employees about mental health issues like depression. Beacon is ready to help you create and maintain a healthy, help-seeking culture at your workplace, and improve the identification and treatment of depression among your employees and their family members. Our Depression at Work initiative will help you…

Workplace Well-being Programs

Beacon Health Options understands the important role that culture has in supporting health and well-being. When coupled with environmental support, individual actions can lead to powerful change. Beacon has developed health education and disease prevention resources for program leaders that are easy to roll out and easy to integrate with any existing programs. These online…

Partnership for Workplace Mental Health

A program of the American Psychiatric Association Foundation, the Partnership promotes the business case for investing in quality mental health care that includes early recognition, access to care and effective treatment. The Partnership collaborates with employers to promote successful employer innovations and encourage more companies to take action.

Northeast Business Group on Health (NEBGH)

Employers rely on NEBGH for guidance in getting the most value out of each health care dollar and generating solutions to issues that affect employee health and productivity and impact a company’s bottom line. They produce more than 40 local training and educational programs for members.

National Business Group on Health (NBGH)

NBGH is the nation’s only non-profit organization devoted exclusively to representing large employers’ perspective on national health policy issues and providing practical solutions to members’ most important health care problems.

The Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA)

The Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) is the world’s largest, oldest, and most respected membership organization for employee assistance professionals. With members in over 40 countries around the globe, EAPA is the world’s most relied upon source of information and support for and about the employee assistance profession.

EASNA: The Employee Assistance Trade Association

As the employee assistance industry’s trade association, EASNA advances the competitive excellence of its members by fostering best practices, research, education, and advocacy in behavioral health and wellness that impacts workplace performance.

Workplace Happiness: What Everyone Can Do to Set a Positive Tone

You can’t do much about the economy or the state of the world. But you can make your workplace a little happier—maybe a lot happier, if others follow your example. The secret to such power lies in what social scientists call the “contagion effect” of emotions in groups. Your emotions not only affect those around…

Work/Life Services

We recognize that your employees—like our own—need help to maintain work/life balance and productivity. Life is complex: demanding schedules may overwhelm employees. A growing number of employees are single parents or in households where both spouses work; and in some cases, employees are responsible for the care of both children and elders. Employers have recognized…

Tips for Preventing Job Burnout

Have you ever been delayed this close (imagine your thumb and fore finger about 1 millimeter apart) to a deadline because someone still had not given you that last key piece of information you needed to complete your project? It may be somebody in accounting, marketing or information services whom you can never seem to…