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Workplace Well-Being: A Multi-County Needs Assessment (New York State)

January 6, 2022

Over the past two years, there has been an unprecedented increase in the risk of mental well-being and substance abuse issues for New Yorkers. Statewide recovery and wellness organizations need your help to assess the needs of organizations and communities throughout multiple counties in New York state with the aim of providing programs and services to support employees during these difficult times.

You are invited are to participate in a survey created by a collaboration between Statewide recovery and wellness organizations to better understand your perceptions on how these issues have impacted your organization and/or community. The survey can be completed by workplace leaders, business owners, human resource professionals, and managerial staff in workplaces of ANY KIND.

The survey includes questions about the demographic makeup of your organization, how your organization has been impacted by mental well-being and substance misuse issues, current workplace policies/ programs, as well as what is needed most to support your organization and employees.

We recommend viewing the attached PDF of the survey before starting the survey, as some of this information may not be readily available. If you do not have permission to access to this type of information, we request that you please forward this survey to the most appropriate person in your organization.

For more information on the survey, please view the attached PDF here and complete the survey here.


Survey Funding
The survey is funded through a unique coordination of Federal and State grants to the Southern Tier 8 Economic Development Board (Binghamton) and Collaborative Recovery Empowerment of the Southern Tier (CREST); and also the Team Awareness Workplace Wellness (TAWW) project to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence — Rochester Area (NCADD-RA) and the Leatherstocking Education on Alcoholism/Addictions Foundation (LEAF) in Oneonta.


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