A total of 39% of working U.S. residents prefer in-person mental health support with a counselor as their preferred modality for mental health support. Another 9% prefer a combination of in-person and digital support, and 26% of Americans have no preference for the modality (digital, video, or in-person) of mental health support. Working U.S. residents have concerns about employer-funded mental health service accessibility, confidentiality, and cost. A total of 9% of working Americans say they are not leveraging employer-funded mental health services because they are unclear on how to access support, 8% of . . .