Designed specifically to support kids and teens with a range of behavioral health needs, our Family Behavioral Health product is set up so every family can thrive. With programs for toddlers through teens, our multidisciplinary care teams provide personalized support through virtual visits with expert therapists and coaches and on-demand resources for parents and caregivers.
Employers that support mental health see a return of $4 for every dollar invested in mental health treatment. Reduce dependent claims costs with Family Behavioral Health as 75% of parents prioritize their children’s health even above their own.1
Implement seamlessly into your clients’ vendor ecosystem in fewer than eight weeks, and show clients what’s working for their team with our regular measurement and progress tracking.
The mental health of the children limits the work hours caregivers can consistently perform. By empowering employees’ children with behavioral health resources, workers can work more standard hours.2
Rates of mental-health challenges among children have increased during the pandemic, acting as a critical stressor for employed parents. This often has a profound effect on the personal and professional lives of working parents and caregivers. These individuals can suffer from lost work productivity and, in some cases, make the difficult choice to leave their employer so they have more time to focus on their children’s needs.
Family Behavioral Health provides highly specialized pediatric behavioral health clinical services, and are blended with self-guided and coach-supported skills-based training for parents and caregivers, all delivered virtually and powered by a measurement-based system of care. Creating the support children need, and alleviating the working parents need to be involved during working hours.
Web-based, video, and on-demand care from healthcare professionals are delivered straight to any device. Receiving personalized treatment from expert therapists, psychiatrists, and speech therapists provide help for conditions like anxiety, depression, ADHD, and disruptive behavior.
1 in 6 U.S. children between the ages of 6 and 17 has a treatable mental health disorder such as depression, anxiety problems or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and nearly half of those with these challenges do not receive treatment.3
Nearly 5 million children in the U.S. have some type of serious mental illness (one that significantly interferes with daily life). Symptoms can become highly disruptive to parents, and can critically endanger the child if not treated timely.4
Four in five employed parents say that they feel concerned about their child’s mental health, and more than one-third rate this concern as extreme. Parents seeking mental healthcare for their children are struggling to find help; for the approximately 15 million children in the United States, there are only 8,000 to 9,000 psychiatrists, and even fewer are in-network or financially accessible.
Stress and burnout, both of which employed parents experience disproportionately more than nonparents, are the main reasons that cause people to consider leaving their jobs. Help Employers retain their employees by offering a powerful Family Behavioral Health solution.5
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