• Mental Health Resources

  • Health Links

    The AGC of Colorado and Health Links are partnering to make a dynamic impact for organizations looking to do significant planning and track progress when it comes to supporting and improving worker wellbeing.

    Health Links is a program that champions health and safety at work. They offer evidence-based Healthy Workplace Certification and advising to help organizations and their team members achieve Total Worker Health.

    About our Partnership:

    • The AGC Mental Health Taskforce endorses this resource for companies seeking to learn more and improve their employee’s wellbeing. 
    • The AGC recommends purchasing the Plus Plan ($325.00/yr or $292.50/yr with AGC Discount)
    •  Use Access Code AGCCARES to receive 10% off your Health Links Assessment.
    • Upon becoming Health Links Certified, you will receive Plus Plan consulting along with access to the Mental Health Module as well as additional tools and resources to help provide continued care for your worker’s wellbeing.
    • As an AGC Member and Health Links Certified company you will receive access to local trainings, webinars, and round table discussions provided through our partnership.

    Click here to get started: https://www.healthlinkscertified.org/get-started

    For additional details or with questions contact Culture of Care Manager, Erika Anderson,  erika@agccolorado.org to learn more.

    Working Minds Suicide Prevention Training

    Working Minds trains organizations to proactively address the early warning signs of suicide in the workplace. Just as organizations have realized they can help reduce heart disease by encouraging exercise, they can also reduce suicide by promoting mental health and encouraging early identification and intervention. This training will educate and equip businesses with tools to address mental health and suicide concerns within the workplace

    Working Minds is a program of the CU Johnson Depression Center.

    Click here to learn more: https://www.coloradodepressioncenter.org/workingminds/

    The AGC hosts Working Minds Suicide Prevention Training at the AGC on a quarterly basis or upon request when members have more than 10 employees who would like to participate.

    For additional details or with questions contact Culture of Care Manager, Erika Anderson, erika@agccolorado.org to learn more.


    Heritage Cares

    Heritage Cares is a program that the AGC is piloting between June and November of 2022.  This is a virtual education platform and program that directly helps individuals and their family members struggling with stress, substance misuse, addiction, suicidal ideation, and grief utilizing evidence-based strategies. It provides easy access to confidential private support at any time and at any stage of the recovery journey.

    The program includes a short assessment, and clients utilize the base program which has videos for areas of concern, in the form of education, stories, or conversations.  No one knows who accesses what topic and all identifying information is kept anonymous. Unlimited access for employees and their family members is included in the base price and for this pilot the AGC is covering 50% of the base price. 

    The Investment:

     $1.25 per employee per month (PEPM).  Assuming 100 employees it would be $125/month but, you’d pay $62.50/month for the annual plan for all employees and their families.  If an employee or their family member initiates peer coaching, then it’s $175/family/per month.

    For the 6 month pilot, the AGC is able to cover 50% of the base cost for up to 2,500 employees.

    To learn more about the Heritage Cares educational platform and peer coaching or to receive an invitation to the information session contact Erika Anderson, erika@agcolorado.org


    Employee Wellbeing Resources - In Summary:

    The AGC endorses all three of the mental health resource program partners*. Health Links and Working Minds Suicide Prevention training are CU Denver-based supportive tools and trainings offered to employers. Heritage Cares is a solutions-based approach providing direct education and care to employees and their families. 

    Depending on readiness, the recommended order of resource engagement is as follows: Health Links (Executive Leadership and Operations and Human Resources) and moving forward with Working Minds Suicide Prevention Training (Operations, Human Resources and Supervisors and Field Leaders) and Heritage Cares (All Employees from Laborer/Apprentice to C-Suite)

    Note: All of these resources can be utilized at whatever stage or readiness your company is in.

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