“An interesting statistic I learned recently is the 46 percent of people who get better from substance abuse actually do it themselves: they educate, they learn, they find hope, they get mentored, And they start doing course-correct. They change their behavior, and it doesn’t completely lead to addiction,” Baden says.
Plus, the program offers peer-training, in which a like-minded person partners with an employee seeking help, and this has proven to be a real boon for those who are suffering, he says.
“Really, the idea is that it’s using love, it’s using motivation, positive psychology, motivational interviewing, it’s gaining a connection with that person, and then making them start this journey. Is.”
Finally, there is the care management platform that constitutes the “gold standard” in suicide prevention, he says, which is the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS).
“If a person comes back as at moderate or high risk for suicide, we have a live intervention for that person within 20 to 30 seconds, and then they get the help they need, Biden says.