Mental health has become one of the most pressing issues for HR leaders in recent years—and for good reason. The statistics surrounding mental illness in the workplace are staggering. Every year, around 35 million workdays are lost due to mental illness, while more than 1 in 5 U.S. adults live with a mental illness. Additionally, roughly 10.8 million full-time workers have a substance use disorder. Numbers like these show just how much employees are struggling with mental health issues. At the same time, as an HR leader, you’re probably struggling to address these issues, particularly with increasingly limited budgets.