Mental Health Resources

R&H’s goal is to support employee’s and their family with their total health, including physical and mental well-bring.  This website provides several mental health resources.  Please don’t be afraid to reach out for help for you or a family member.

Construction industry Alliance Screening
R&H Mental Health Card
R&H EAP Poster
Kaiser Mental Health Contact Numbers
Free Mental Health Apps & Links

According to the CDC, construction has the highest suicide rate of all industries, at 53.2 suicides per 100,000 workers.  That’s about four times greater than the national average (17.3/100,000) and five times greater than all other construction fatalities combined (10.1/100,000).

Sleep is a powerful stress reducer.

83% of construction workers have experienced a mental health concern

Endorphins are known to not only boost our mood but also lower stress levels. Being physically active helps lower the risk of clinical depression, and spending more time in nature can also help to quiet the mind.

A mind-body exercise, yoga can strengthen your body’s natural relaxation response and bring you into a healthy balance.

1 in 5 adults experience a mental health disorder in a given year

List of Resources

Kaiser Permanente Resources:

Kaiser Permanente Emergency Psychiatric Services: 866.453.3932. Open 24/7.

KP Addiction Medicine urgent care: 777.7904. Open 24/7.

KP Mental Health 632.8280. Triage for an appointment at any level of need. No referral necessary.

Walk in to any KP urgent care or emergency room medical office.

Local Resources:

Unity Center for Behavioral Health: has a behavioral health emergency room, walk-in available, inpatient care.

Unity Center: Address: 1225 NE 2nd Ave, Portland, Phone: 503.944.8000

Multnomah County Crisis Line: 503.988.4888

Clackamas County Crisis Line: 503.655.8585

Washington County Crisis Line: 503.291.9111

Clark County Crisis Line: 800.626.8137

Deschutes County Crisis Line: 800-875-7364

R&H EAP:  800.316.2796. Just let them know you are with R&H Construction.

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800.273.8255

Additional Resources:

Prevent construction suicide:

the American Psychiatric Association (APA)’s Find a Psychiatrist function

the APA’s Psychologist Locator

the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA)’s Find a Therapist service

the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ list of certified counselors

Good Therapy’s Find a Therapist function

the Black Mental Health Alliance Find a Therapist listing for those who are looking for a culturally competent mental health professional

Therapy for Latinx, which helps those who are Latinx or a person of color (POC) find culturally competent mental health professionals

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