Elevating Construction Workers’ Wellbeing.
Construction pros partnered with Princeton University to give you the world’s first database of proven wellbeing interventions, helping improve mental health on jobsites.
The Construction Wellbeing Foundation is driven by the alarming statistics surrounding mental health in the construction industry. With one of the highest suicide rates compared to other sectors, the need for intervention and support is clear.
⚠️ In 2016, the suicide rate for men in construction was nearly twice the total suicide rate for civilian working men. This unsettling reality calls for immediate action.
Construction Wellbeing Foundation is a result of a dynamic partnership between SkillSignal and Princeton University’s Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science and Public Policy on the Construction Wellbeing Initiative.
Committed to the wellbeing of every hardhat, SkillSignal continues to drive progress beyond the completion of our fellowship.
By supporting the Construction Wellbeing Foundation, you join a movement dedicated to reversing these distressing statistics. Our foundation is committed to providing vital resources, support, and education to promote mental health and wellbeing within the construction industry.
Through our collaborative efforts with SkillSignal and Princeton University we aim to create a culture of care, understanding, and resilience on every jobsite.
With a focus on preventing tragedies and promoting overall wellbeing, the Construction Wellbeing Foundation strives to address the unique challenges faced by construction workers.
By actively engaging with mental health initiatives and supporting individuals in need, we can make a difference. Together, let us build a healthier, more supportive construction industry where every worker feels valued, supported, and empowered.
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