Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits: 2021 Survey Results

More than four in five organizations (88%) believe workers are more stressed than they were just two years ago, according to Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits: 2021 Survey Results

This edition examines new topics including:

  • Mental health/substance use disorder offerings
  • Treatment for mental health and substance use disorder
  • Education and awareness tactics
  • Return to work strategies after an MH/SUD episode
  • Preventive programs
  • Covered/addressed conditions
  • Prevalence of conditions
  • Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)/Labor Assistance Programs (LAPs)
  • Information sources
  • Workforce impact
  • Prescription drug/opioid abuse
  • Barriers

More than four in five organizations (85%) believe workers are more stressed than they were just two years ago, according to Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Benefits: 2021 Survey Results.

This edition examines new topics including:

  • Mental health/substance use disorder offerings
  • Treatment for mental health and substance use disorder
  • Education and awareness tactics
  • Return to work strategies after an MH/SUD episode
  • Preventive programs
  • Covered/addressed conditions
  • Prevalence of conditions
  • Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)/Labor Assistance Programs (LAPs)
  • Information sources
  • Workforce impact
  • Prescription drug/opioid abuse
  • Barriers

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The data presented below represents "overall" responses from the survey report. 


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