Teamsters Human Rights & Diversity Commission Recognizes Mental Health Awareness Month
In recognition of May as Mental Health Awareness Month, Teamsters Human Rights & Diversity Commission Director Anthony M. Rosa released the following statement:
“As we begin Mental Health Awareness Month, Teamsters stand in solidarity with all workers who have experienced mental health difficulties. As Teamsters, we recognize the importance of prioritizing mental health as we continue the fight to improve our members’ health care and wellbeing, and we pledge to continue advocating for policies and promoting resources that create healthier and more supportive workplaces for all of us.
“Furthermore, HRDC is committed to providing mental health programs to assist our Teamster brothers and sisters and their families, and we look forward to working closely with the Teamsters Safety and Health Department to implement those programs in the near future.”