It is an honor to work with Karen Morton-Clark to partner with the NH Governor’s – Recovery Friendly Workplace initiative (RFW).

As a newly designated RFW, I am committed to creating and sustaining a ‘safe workplace culture’ that fosters open dialog about mental health without fear of judgment, retribution, or job loss.” As a partner with RFW, I have committed to providing solutions to help business leaders shift the culture of mental health in the workplace and create safe spaces where employees can step forward (without fear) and ask for help. Lives depend on it.

Karen Morton-Clark, a Recovery Friendly Advisor for the RFW initiative says, “The collaboration between Kim and the RFW initiative supports building resilient communities that are educated, responsive, and conscious of the impact of both SUD and mental health in support of NH’s 10-Year Mental Health plan. We are excited to have Kim and her team become one of our 285 Recovery Friendly Workplaces who represent a diverse array of sectors, including manufacturing, hospitality, construction, and non-profits, such as Granite United Way and the Dover Mental Health Alliance, as well as all Regional Public Health Networks and Recovery Community Organizations. We look forward to exploring opportunities jointly with Kim and these partners to provide greater understanding and compassionate support to those who have been impacted by substance use disorder and mental health challenges in the communities we serve.”We hope you will join us in taking a moment to celebrate this collaboration and milestone for Kim and her team. 

If you are not yet familiar with the RFW initiative, encourage you to learn more or even sign up to participate at 
recoveryfriendlyworkplace.com.

Addressing Mental Health and Substance misuse in the workplace is critical. Leaders are searching for tools to help shift the culture in the workplace and normalize the conversation about mental health. 

As a result of the partnership with Recovery Friendly Workplace, all Recovery Friendly Workplace clients are offered a 10% reduction in cost for my leadership training:“The 4 Pillars of Creating and Sustaining a Mentally Healthy Workplace Culture”

You can access several resources we think you will find useful to support creating a mentally healthy workplace culture.

Please take a look at the free downloadable resources below.

Signs and Symptoms of Mental Health

Learn the common signs and symptoms of mental health and how to support someone who is struggling

Stigma in the Workplace

Learn the different types of stigma and its impact on mental health in the workplace.

Common Problems and Powerful Solutions

Identify common problems and powerful solutions for leaders who want to create a mentally healthy workplace culture.

The 4 Pillars of Creating and Sustaining a Mentally Healthy Workplace Culture

Identify common problems and powerful solutions for leaders who want to create a mentally healthy workplace culture.”The 4 Pillars” is a corporate training that teaches leaders how to create an “environment of safety” in the workplace that supports the mental health and well-being of employees. An environment of safety is one where all employees feel safe speaking openly about mental health without fear of retribution or judgment.

COVID-19 Relaxation Coloring Book Healthy Workplace Culture

A free self-care resource for you and your staff. Use these pages as a tool to help support mental well-being in the workplace. There are many benefits to coloring. Coloring reduces stress and anxiety, helps improve focus and sleep, is great self-care, has similar effects as meditation, and allows the mind to relax. Feel free to share, print, color, and post.

 
 

Words Matter

As an organizational leader, how do you support those living with mental health and substance misuse? We support by using language that creates a “safe space” for employees to feel seen, heard, and understood. Changing the perception of mental health begins with embracing person-centered inclusive, non-stigmatizing and non-discriminatory language.

 
 

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