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Read: Study Finds 71 Percent of LGBTQ+ Youth Say Restrictive State Laws Negatively Impact Their Mental Health

Study Finds 71 Percent of LGBTQ+ Youth Say Restrictive State Laws Negatively Impact Their Mental Health

Additionally, many LGBTQ+ youth say the new policies or debates have resulted in them being bullied, harassed, and/or assaulted.

Read: Seattle Public Schools Sue Big Tech, Allege Social Media Harms Student Mental Health

Seattle Public Schools Sue Big Tech, Allege Social Media Harms Student Mental Health

Schools in Seattle are suing the big tech companies for recommending harmful content to children, allegedly fueling the mental health crisis.

Read: Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Students who identify as LGBTQIA+ report feeling slightly more stressed about going home for the holidays.

Read: Seattle Students Rally for More School Mental Health Counselors, Gun Safety

Seattle Students Rally for More School Mental Health Counselors, Gun Safety

The protest was prompted by the fatal on-campus shooting of a 17-year-old high school student last week.

Read: Campus Safety Online Summit Day 2 Keynote to Address Teacher Mental Health

Campus Safety Online Summit Day 2 Keynote to Address Teacher Mental Health

Two former school leaders will discuss teacher mental health and how school safety and a positive building climate are essential to protecting teachers.

Read: Mental Health in America: Test Your Awareness with This Quiz

Mental Health in America: Test Your Awareness with This Quiz

Recent studies have shown a significant increase in Americans reporting mental health disorders. See how “in the know” you are with this general knowledge quiz.

Read: 3 Ways Colleges Can Encourage Students to Use Available Mental Health Resources

3 Ways Colleges Can Encourage Students to Use Available Mental Health Resources

Giving college students the proper tools to effectively manage stressors is crucial for mitigating potential emergency situations.

Read: TimelyMD Back-to-School Survey Reveals Good News, Bad News About Students’ Mental Health

TimelyMD Back-to-School Survey Reveals Good News, Bad News About Students’ Mental Health

Students say their top five stressors are now their own mental health, mass shootings, inflation, finances, and academics.

Read: S.C. Department of Education Partners with Vector Solutions to Address Student Safety, Mental Health

S.C. Department of Education Partners with Vector Solutions to Address Student Safety, Mental Health

All South Carolina schools have access to Vector’s Student Safety & Wellness courses which cover topics like dating violence and depression.

Read: 10 Mental Health Tips for Schools After a Violent Event

10 Mental Health Tips for Schools After a Violent Event

Tips include reaching out to those who may be most triggered by the event and acknowledging your own feelings.

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