Workplace stigma is bad for business

Mental disorders have a staggering impact on business productivity. Read NAMI’s report.

These leaders are making a difference

Here are the early adopters of the CEOs Against Stigma initiative.

MARYLOU SUDDERS

MARYLOU SUDDERS

Secretary

Massachusetts Executive Office of Health & Human Services

22,000 Employees

LOUIS WOOLF

LOUIS WOOLF

President & CEO

Hebrew SeniorLife

2,598 Employees

TIM MURPHY

TIM MURPHY

CEO

Beacon Health Options

4,000 Employees

BETH BARTO

BETH BARTO

CEO

LUK, Inc.

250 Employees

Meet the CEOs who have signed the pledge

Mental illness is the leading cause of disability in the workplace

20%

20% of US adults are currently suffering from a depressive illness

35%

Employees experiencing depression lose 35% of productivity each week

40%

4 of the 10 leading causes of disability in the U.S. are mental disorders

71%

71% of US adults with depression will not contact a mental health professional

We are committed to our cause

Here’s what we hope to accomplish by tackling stigma in the workplace.

250

CEOs Onboard

750

NAMI 'In Our Own Voice' Presentations

500000

Employees Reached