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Mental Health IQ Test to Raise Money for Mental Health America

  • Published: 2010-05-18 : The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America.
  • Synopsis: Take the online mental health quiz and help raise $10,000 for Mental Health America.

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What's Your Mental Health IQTake Guardian's Online Quiz and Help Raise $10,000 for Mental Health America.

May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month and Mental Health Month.

The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian) and Mental Health America (MHA) are sponsoring an online quiz to dispel myths about mental illness and disability and to raise awareness about depression as a common cause of disability.

For every quiz completed, Guardian has pledged to donate $1 to support MHA's work to improve mental health and wellness, up to $10,000.

Untreated and mistreated mental illness costs the nation $150 billion in lost productivity each year, with U.S. businesses footing up to $44 billion of this bill.

Workplace absences, lost productivity and long-term disability claims due to depression and other psychiatric disorders can be profound. MHA estimates that, in a typical office of 20 people, four will experience a mental health challenge in any given year.

Guardian is an industry leader in group and individual disability insurance, which is designed to protect your income if illness or injury makes you unable to work.

WHEN: Now through May 31, 2010.

WHERE: and

The quiz site includes links to MHA's online Stress and Depression Screeners, as well as links to disability calculators and other important consumer information.

WHO: About Guardian - A mutual insurer founded in 1860, The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America and its subsidiaries are committed to protecting individuals, business owners and their employees with life, long term care insurance, disability income, group medical and dental insurance products, and offer 401(k), annuities and other financial products. For more information about Guardian, please visit

About Mental Health America - With more than a century of advocacy, public education, and the delivery of programs and services, Mental Health America (formerly known as the National Mental Health Association) is the country's leading nonprofit dedicated to helping all people live mentally healthier lives. For more information about Mental Health America, please visit

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