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Whether you’re seeking care for a sprained ankle or for opioid use, your benefits are protected by the law.
Our Employee Benefits Security Administration is ramping up efforts to ensure everyone gets the mental health and substance use disorder care they are entitled to under the law.
On National Day of Remembrance for Nuclear Energy Workers, we thank these workers and their families for the role they played in ensuring the security we enjoy today and remember those we've lost.
Don’t let your child and family miss out on this historic support. Apply today!
During National Work and Family Month, we're highlighting Department of Labor resources all working families should know about.
During Suicide Prevention Month this September – and all year round – we’re getting the word out on workplace mental health resources that could save a life.
Your health insurance plan may cover the mental health or substance abuse services or treatment you need, thanks to the federal law on mental health parity.
Do you have Labor Day off? You can thank the labor movement.
Employers: Do you know the federal requirements for mental health benefits? During Mental Health Awareness Month, check out our guidance and answers to FAQs.