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GPBCH Updates Mental Health Resource Guide
When we prepared the Greater Philadelphia Business Coalition on Health’s initial Mental Health Resource Guide for distribution at a February, 2020 in-person educational program on digital mental health, we had no idea that we were on the verge of a global pandemic that would further elevate managing mental health as a priority for our members.

We have updated the previous edition by reaching out to those organizations that participated in that version, and also to additional organizations which offer digital (web and app-based) services. Our emphasis is on making members aware of the range of services and vendors available to them. Of course, there are many other organizations, including Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), health plans, PBMs, and general care coordination and navigation services that also address mental health concerns. Please note that the companies listed in this guide contributed their own content. We have not evaluated their services and being listed here should not be considered an endorsement by GPBCH.

Not all invitees chose to respond to the request for information. In addition, there are undoubtedly other organizations that were not identified or for whom a contact could not be identified, that offer information and services of value. This is not a comprehensive listing of all vendors, but rather those sources of information and support that were identified as most relevant and of greatest interest to employers at this time.

In addition to the vendor listings, we have updated the “Additional Mental Health Resources” section of this Guide, where you can find a range of other sources of information, support, and tools, many of which are available to employers at no charge.

We welcome any feedback on the usefulness of this information, and please also let us know if you have positive experience with any vendors or services not listed here that you would like to see included in a future edition.

View 2021 Mental Health Resource Guide