Workplace

Mental Health at Work.

Whether you’re an employee worried about your own or a colleague’s mental health or an employer thinking about staff wellbeing – there are many ways that SAMH can help.

At least 1 in 6 of us at work experience common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. Research from our friends at See Me reveals that 48% of people don’t tell their employers about mental health problems for fear of losing their job. 

Use the SAMH solutions guide to Making reasonable adjustments at work for people with mental health problems.

How to be mentally healthy at work

Stay well and maintain your mental health in the workplace.

Workplace Wellbeing

To create a mentally healthy workplace, one of the things you need to do is focus on staff well-being.

SAMH run workplace sessions and campaigns centred around the workplace.

Learn about workplace wellbeing

Become a SAMH corporate partner

Creating an atmosphere in which people can talk about their mental health and addressing problems before they become a crisis will help you retain staff and decrease sickness absence.

By becoming a SAMH Corporate Partner, you can help reduce the stigma and discrimination attached to mental health. You will also show your commitment to the health and wellbeing of your employees.

Become a corporate partner

With the support of our Corporate Partners, we are able to work towards reducing the stigma around mental health. But there are other ways that companies can work with us. We have a range of packages to suit your organisation, from sponsorship to corporate team opportunities in our SAMH Stomp!

More Information

Passionate about young people’s mental health? Sign up to the ‘Going To Be’ campaign and join thousands of others as we work to create positive change for young people in Scotland.

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