Embark Announces New Mental Health Benefit for Employees

Tempe, Arizona – Embark Behavioral Health announced a new mental health care benefit for its employees today in partnership with Headspace, the premier guided meditation, mindfulness, movement and sleep app.

Beginning May 25, Embark employees will have access to Headspace for themselves and their families from their mobile devices, all at no cost.

Headspace is an innovative mental health provider that will assist Embark in connecting more employees to high-quality care – whether that be helping employees manage emotions, with their meditation or simply sleeping better.

Embark’s Chief Quality and People Officer, Landon Kirk, said this of the new benefit:

“Embark’s big, hairy, audacious goal (BHAG) is to reduce adolescent anxiety, depression and suicide – but we can only get there by ensuring that we are first supporting our employees and their mental health.”

This mental health care benefit was created amid the coronavirus pandemic and is the latest update in the company’s initiative to make benefits reflective of their core purpose and commitment to evolve to better meet employees’ needs in 2020.

About Embark

Embark Behavioral Health is a leading network of behavioral health treatment centers, for young people, that is dedicated to reversing the trends of anxiety, depression and suicide by 2028. For more information about Embark or our treatment programs, visit: embarkbh.com.

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Embark Behavioral Health

Embark Behavioral Health is a leading network of outpatient centers and residential programs offering premier mental health treatment for preteens, teens, and young adults. Dedicated to its mission of reversing the trends of teen and young adult anxiety, depression, and suicide by 2028, Embark offers a robust continuum of care with different levels of service and programming; has a deep legacy of over 25 years serving youths; works with families to adjust treatment in real time to improve results; treats the entire family using an evidence-based approach; and offers the highest levels of quality care and safety standards. For more information about Embark or its treatment programs, including virtual counseling, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs), partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), short-term residential treatment, wilderness therapy, and long-term residential treatment, visit www.embarkbh.com.