Lyra Introduces New Innovations in Care for Serious Mental Illnesses
Supporting Employees With Urgent Mental Health Needs
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Build Your Resilient Workforce Strategy
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Supporting industry-leading employers
Access the best mental health providers and most effective treatments
The right personalized care in just a few clicks
Expert recommendations, online scheduling, and next-day appointmentsOur Member Experience
Effective treatments for every need, from stress to self-harm
Support for mild to complex needs, including children, adults, and couplesOur Care Options
A superior network of available providers
High-quality coaches, therapists, and physicians curated for your workforceOur Network
How Brown Brothers Harriman is Changing the Conversation on Employee Mental Health
Lack of in-network therapists and long wait times led the firm to consider new solutions for their mental health benefits. After partnering with Lyra, 100% of BBH members have reported being satisfied or extremely satisfied with their care.
Smarter mental health benefits, better outcomes
7x more members receive effective care
EAPs engage 2-3% of members, while Lyra sees 15% of employees sign up for care. With Lyra, members can easily book appointments in just a few clicks.
83% of members improve or recover
Providers within traditional networks only help 24% of members improve, if they measure effectiveness at all. With Lyra, more people receive care and get better.
4x ROI in the first year
Lyra makes a positive impact on your people and business — employees are more productive, stay with the company longer, and spend less on health care overall.
Only proven treatments, grounded in science
A quality-focused approach and evidence-based treatments deliver life-changing care to your employees
Evaluating Quality in Mental Health Care White Paper
With anxiety and depression on the rise, 61% of employers say they will implement a company-wide behavioral health action plan by the end of 2021.