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Brain with gears EAPs look at the issue of behavioral health holistically and offer an affordable, seamless solution to addressing the shifting mental health care landscape. (Image: Shutterstock)

Starbucks announced in September it would be enhancing its mental health initiatives, supervisor training and EAP offering. By presenting such benefits and promoting workplace wellness, the company is helping to reduce the stigma around behavioral health and is fostering a safer and healthier workplace environment. Just three weeks later, U-Haul International announced a similar update, which included adding mental health coverage and resources to its benefits package.

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