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To the Class of 2020: Not the Season-Ending Win We Expected
It hurts. And in all honesty, about one month later, I still don’t think I’ve processed it all.
Student-driven solutions to mentally healthier campuses: MHA’s second annual CMHIC report
This report continues MHA’s long history of promoting the voices of lived experience and our belief that people most impacted by issues can and should be at the forefront in addressing them.
CMHIC 2019: 6 Student Leaders Transforming Mental Health on Campus
Mental Health America (MHA) is proud to announce the members of its 2019-2020 Collegiate Mental Health Innovation Council (CMHIC).
Seventy Percent of Teens Think Depression and Anxiety are Major Issues Among Their Peers: It’s Time to Support Them in Creating Solutions
If we don’t include young people in developing solutions that meet their needs, we can’t act surprised when their needs aren’t met.
The Invisible Competition: Mental Health Within Athletics
Athletes have access to top athletic trainers, and other physical modes of healing, but lack support for the illnesses and struggles we face internally.
How to Make a Difference on Your Campus in 2019!
Student leaders are part of the growing transformation of mental health on campus.
10 Student Leaders Changing Mental Health on Campus
This year’s council is made up of 10 students who are addressing mental health in several ways - from creating chat bots to working with student athletes to utilizing the arts.
Who Is Responsible for Addressing Mental Health and Wellbeing in Education?
Universities have often claimed that teaching life skills is not part of their responsibility. But whose responsibility is it?
How Georgetown University is Addressing High Costs in College Mental Health Care
I dream that one day all students who require mental health care will be able to receive the help that they need.
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