News and perspectives about empowering populations to thrive mentally.
When your company partners with CredibleMind, your employees gain access to a curated wealth of mental health resources, and your company leadership receives continuous population analytics illuminating your team’s mental health risks and site usage behavior. There are endless possibilities to how this data can be used to provide insight into the mental health of your employee population and help shape meaningful initiatives.
Companies offering services to improve mental health often use the terms “evidence-based” or “best practice.” What do these terms really mean? More importantly, how can you use evidence-based practices or best practices to help your population flourish?
Sober Grid Inks Partnership with CredibleMind, Bringing Digital Mental Health Resources, Assessments, and Guidance
Sober Grid and CredibleMind announced a commercial partnership designed to bring comprehensive resources to both parties’ clients and members in need. Hosting the world’s oldest social media community for those in recovery, Sober Grid has advanced into communities, labor unions, mental health systems, and more to provide peer recovery coaching and substance disorder relief.
California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and CredibleMind to Build Community Online Screening Application for Early Intervention, Prevention, and a Bridge to Appropriate Care
Help@Hand, a project supported by California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA), aims to build a complementary support system that offers a bridge to care, helps identify early signs of mental health challenges, offers timely support, removes barriers, and seeks to include new avenues of care for communities not connected to conventional county services.
In the field of public health, the term “upstream” is often heard. This stems from a popular parable that highlights the importance of looking at health issues from a preventative perspective.
CredibleMind population-based mental health platform delivers fast access to thousands of expert-rated, AI-driven resources to support emotional wellbeing and strengthen mental health.
Franklin County announced today the launch of a new online tool to connect residents and families with national and local resources to address their mental and emotional health challenges.
Jon Adler serves as the Chief Medical Officer and Co-Editor-in-Chief of CredibleMind. A dedicated clinician and teacher at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School for 22 years, he served as an editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, NEJM Journal Watch, eMedicine.com (now the Medscape Reference by WebMD) and authored or edited 14 books. Jon earned his M.S. in Aerospace Engineering and M.D. from the University of Colorado and is an emergency physician with Beth Israel Lahey Health.
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