Welcome to the One Mind Initiative.
With financial support from founding sponsor Janssen Research & Development, LLC, one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, the Initiative will convene leaders to transform approaches to mental health and addiction with the goal of delivering better mental health, wellness and economic outcomes globally. Working together with other influential leaders, we will effectively address mental health disparities, promote brain health and achieve a society and health care system in which mental health is treated the same as physical health.
The Initiative’s first project will focus on the development and implementation of a gold standard for workplace mental health and well-being. We believe that a committed group of CEOs can transform the way we view and approach mental health, brain fitness and well-being in the workplace, how healthcare is purchased and provided under the new paradigm, and how we can gain equity, collaboration and parity between physical and mental health.
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