Mental Health Provider’s Role in Requests for a Reasonable Accommodation at Work

Employees with common mental health conditions have a right to a reasonable accommodation at work under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). When requesting accommodations, a patient or client may need supporting documentation from their mental health provider.

EEOC’s fact sheet briefly explains the law of reasonable accommodation and the mental health provider’s role in the accommodation process.

Get the fact sheet and other important resources here:

EEOC Fact Sheet

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