This Labor Day, Mental Health America urges Congress to end a critical workplace inequity by passing legislation to establish parity between the coverage for general and mental health benefits for American workers and their families. More than 113 million American workers and their families rely on employee-sponsored health insurance, but even those with "good health insurance" face unique roadblocks to needed mental health care in the form of arbitrary treatment limits and higher out-of-pocket costs.

Labor Day: Calling On Congress To End Workplace Health-Benefits Inequity, USA


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