Painters USA Cares: Mental Health Awareness.
We prioritize mental health alongside physical health and are dedicated to the well-being of our employees, customers, and the communities we serve.
Our commitment to mental health is rooted in our belief that a supportive and healthy workplace is the cornerstone of success. We're proud to share how we've integrated mental health initiatives into our company culture. We've seen the positive impact of our mental health support programs firsthand. Our employees are not just our team members; they're our family, and their well-being is our top priority.
Educate your workers about a deeply troubling public health concern. Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, and the numbers are disproportionately high for the construction industry. With death by suicide on the rise, we shouldn’t be afraid to talk about it.
construction workers die from suicide each day
1 in 5 adults
in the US are living with a mental illness
12.5 million people
have serious thoughts of suicide
suicide attempts in a year
Men are 3.88 times
more likely to die from suicide
Painters USA is dedicated to providing a safe and nurturing environment for our employees. We offer confidential counseling services, flexible work arrangements, and ongoing mental health training for our management team.
We understand that mental health challenges can affect anyone, and we want to create an atmosphere where seeking help is not only accepted but encouraged. Your mental health matters to us.
End the Fear, the Shame, the Stigma:
The brain is an organ just like a kidney, lung, liver and heart, It gets sick too!
It's crucial to recognize the warning signs of mental health challenges as early detection can lead to timely interventions and improved outcomes. By being vigilant and empathetic, we can create a workplace where individuals feel safe to seek help, fostering a more compassionate and supportive community for everyone.
- Withdrawing from others
- Self-destructive behavior
- No hope for the future
- Decreased productivity
- Talking about being a burden
- Extreme mood swings
- Increased tardiness
- Don’t ignore it – Speak up if you’re worried
- Show your concern; that you’ve noticed they are acting differently and inquire why hey don’t seem like themselves
- Respond quickly if you believe your friend/ coworker is in crisis
- Offer help and support
If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health challenges, it's important to reach out for help. There are numerous resources available to assist you on your journey to mental well-being.
The 988 Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support.
Join us in spreading the message that mental health is important. Use the hashtags #PaintersCares and #MentalHealthMatters to share your own stories or to discover more resources. Together, we can break the stigma surrounding mental health and build a more compassionate and supportive community.