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Mates in Mind Research Findings: Construction Workers - Barriers to Mental Health Support


Following the results of our findings with IES. Mates in Mind was joined by Professor Dame Carol Black on 20 January 2022 where the impact of the full research findings was explored as we discussed identifying the barriers for construction workers in seeking professional help and what can be done to dismantle these.

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If you're interested in finding out more about how we can help you. Whether you're part of a business taking on new apprentices or an organisation looking to bring in more support for its employees. Find out more by requesting a call back by filling out our contact us form.

As a Mates in Mind Supporter, you will have exclusive access to a range of resources, training and support, designed to help you organisation implement their workplace mental health program.

  • Access an annual assessment of their programme and a tailored recommendations report to help identify any gaps in their approach
  • Free access to our 'Start the Conversation' course, an all-employee general mental health awareness programme
  • Access to a dedicated Support Manager to act as a guide through your organisations mental wellbeing journey and offer any new resources as they become available
  • Benefit from counselling through the National Counselling Society at a discounted rate, to help staff members who may need a little extra support
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