A new partnership between St Lukes and Speak Up! Stay ChatTY will aim to reduce the stigma around mental health.
The pair will work together to develop a program to address mental health in the workplace.
It builds on a previous three year partnership between the groups.
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St.LukesHealth head of member relationships Belinda Prior said mental health was a significant issue for young people.
"We've identified that around a third of young Tasmanians, between 25 and 34 years old, actually have sought professional assistance for mental health," she said.
"Additionally, mental health management and potentially preventable hospitalisations are costing the Tasmanian economy millions each year."
She said the work Speak Up! Stay ChatTY do across Tasmania was extremely important.
SUPSC Mitch McPherson said the organisation was excited to extend their outreach.
"Our organisation works to promote positive mental health and prevent suicide by reducing stigma and encouraging people to seek help and we are looking forward to expanding this outreach directly into Tasmanian workplaces," he said.
"We acknowledge the value in mentally healthy workplaces and the contribution it can make to positive employee mental health and promote organisational performance."
Launceston Health Hub GP Jerome Muir Wilson said it was important for businesses to have discussions about mental health.
"The stigma around mental health is imporving across the community and I think the next frontier is bringing it into the workplace," he said.
"A workplace that encourages mental wellness is far more productive and far better for the individual and society."
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