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    Group releases resources for National Workplace Wellness Week

    March 27, 2013

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    Alexandria, VA – Advocacy group Mental Health America is offering resources to employers as part of National Workplace Wellness Week (April 1-7).

    The resources include information on:

    • Why businesses should support workplace wellness initiatives
    • Myths about mental illness
    • How to support an employee with a mental health condition
    • Bullying
    • Signs of a healthy workplace

    Every year, four people in a typical 20-person office will experience a mental health condition, according to an MHA press release. The group claims including mental health as part of a workplace wellness program may help reduce an employer’s health care expenses.

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