From checking a box to raising the bar:
Spring Health is setting the new standards for mental healthcare.
The mental health needs of employees are both increasing and changing. It’s time to expect more from your EAP.
For working parents, managing treatment and caring for kids who are struggling with mental health takes a toll.
Spring Health alleviates this burden with a single place for whole family support, including appointment scheduling and care management, parent coaches, self-serve tools, and dedicated human guidance from a clinical Care Navigator.
In 2023, the Spring Health platform and care networks will be available in more than 40 countries and over 20 languages. Globally, the average time to appointment for Spring Health members is less than two days.
Watch our conversation with Sophie Gelsthorpe, Chief People Officer of KAYAK & OpenTable, to hear how they’re supporting employee mental health around the world.
As part of a stratified approach to care, coaching can be complementary, independent of, or an introductory step to therapy. Coaching helps employees develop healthier, more sustainable, and less costly behaviors that drive improvements personally and professionally.
It’s estimated that 75% of US adults with SUD are employed full-time. From proactive early detection and triage to care delivery, recovery, and ongoing support, Spring Health offers a full-spectrum navigation and treatment solution for individuals with substance use disorder (SUD).
Treatment is based on individual needs, up to and including in-patient care, and each member is paired with a dedicated clinician who specializes in SUD.
People leaders are often the first line of support for employees. Spring Health equips managers with the tools they need to have supportive conversations and handle emotions with care.
In addition to a dedicated Care Navigator, all managers have access to training sessions, self-serve tools, and additional resources.