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Resources on Mental Health and Employment

Find resources on policies, programs, and practices that support workplace mental health.

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Other Department of Labor Mental Health Resources

  • DOL’s Mental Health at Work: This webpage provides resources to help employers create workplaces that prioritize mental health and to support compliance with federal law.
  • CDE's “Mental Health at Work: What Can I Do” Campaign: This Campaign for Disability Employment (CDE) public education campaign explores the roles we ALL play in promoting workplace well-being—from organizational leaders and coworkers to people with mental health conditions themselves. The centerpiece of the campaign is a public service announcement (PSA) that features four cast members—a CEO, a manager, a coworker, and a person who identifies as having a mental health condition—discussing the role they play in supporting a mental health-friendly workplace. Watch the PSA and find resources and campaign materials including a workplace guide and posters on the CDE's website. The CDE also published a guest blog by Andy Imparato, former Executive Director of the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD) in which he reflects on his experiences working with a mental health condition.
  • JAN’s Publications and Articles on Workplace Mental Health: Explore the Job Accommodation Network’s (JAN) list of publications, blog posts and article on the topic of workplace supports for people with mental health impairments.
  • DOL’s “Mental Health and the Federal Workplace: What Can I Do?” Video: This training video and accompanying workplace guide (PDF) outlines ways federal employees at all levels can help promote a mental health-friendly workplace, for the benefit of themselves and their colleagues.