Award-winning mental health program takes flight at one of the country’s busiest airports

Dallas-Fort Worth Airport’s initiative is designed to meet the needs of a divergent workforce, all of whom have high-stress jobs.

By Kathie Harris      

When you work at a major airport, stress comes with the territory. That’s certainly true at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport, which is the fourth busiest in the world and really is its own city—a campus with 64,000 total resident workers and more than 70 million passengers in a typical year.

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