Men and Depression

Men and Depression

  • Lisa M. Borelli, LISW-S, Counselor, Ohio State Employee Assistance Program
  • June, 2019
  • Emotional Well-Being
Learn how screenings and assessments may help detect depression.

Do you have any special men in your life? Please let them know that June is Men’s Health Month. It’s time to schedule that yearly check-up. This is also an opportunity to raise your awareness about men and their mental health. 

Mental Health America reports that 6 million males are affected by depression each year. Did you know that men can have different symptoms of depression than women?

Click here to read more about men and depression or to take a free mental health screening for depression.

The professionals at the Ohio State Employee Assistance Program take depression seriously and are available to meet with you. If you'd like five confidential and complimentary sessions, please call the EAP Program at 800-678-6265 or email eap@osumc.edu.  You may also take a depression assessment and read more about depression at www.osuhealthplan.com/OhioStateEAP.

As a partner of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and a provider to Your Plan for Health, we are helping the greatest university on earth promote better health and wellness – one plan member at a time.

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If you want to learn more about the Health Plan, we would love to hear your questions, comments, and suggestions.

If you want to learn more about the health plan we would love to hear your questions, comments and suggestions.

Contact Us

ADDRESS:

700 Ackerman Rd., Suite 1007
Columbus, OH 43202

EMAIL:

info@osuhealthplan.com

PHONE:

614.292.4700
or 800.678.6269

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