Results: "mental health"

Read: Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Universities are identifying innovative ways to reduce the stigma of getting help for mental health issues.

Read: Signs a Student May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health and How to Help

Signs a Student May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health and How to Help

A new whitepaper from Mental Health America and Impero discusses the effects of stress and loneliness on students and how school staff and parents can help.

Read: Fayetteville VA Shooting Suspect Was There For Mental Health Treatment

Fayetteville VA Shooting Suspect Was There For Mental Health Treatment

The suspect was at the N.C. hospital with her mother when she jumped out of the vehicle and pulled a handgun from a duffel bag.

Read: Study: Students Struggle with Mental Health Problems for Years After School Shootings

Study: Students Struggle with Mental Health Problems for Years After School Shootings

For two years after a campus shooting, students increase their antidepressant use by more than 21%.

Read: How Better Emergency Communications Can Address the Nursing Mental Health Crisis

How Better Emergency Communications Can Address the Nursing Mental Health Crisis

Appropriate emergency plans, anonymous tip lines and safety apps can improve nurse safety and security.

Read: Colleges Struggling to Keep Up with Student Mental Health Needs

Colleges Struggling to Keep Up with Student Mental Health Needs

The Associated Press gathered five years’ worth of data from 39 universities and find students receiving mental health treatment has grown by 35%.

Read: 9 Ways to Improve Your Daily Mental Health

9 Ways to Improve Your Daily Mental Health

Here are nine things experts say you can do on a regular basis to bolster your mental health, including sitting up straight and helping others.

Read: U.S. Department of Education Announces New Grant Awards to Address School Safety and Improve Access to Mental Health Services

U.S. Department of Education Announces New Grant Awards to Address School Safety and Improve Access to Mental Health Services

The four grant programs cover trauma recovery, mental health, project prevent and school climate transformation.

Read: Most of Pennsylvania’s Safe2Say Something Anonymous Tips Are for Mental Health Issues

Most of Pennsylvania’s Safe2Say Something Anonymous Tips Are for Mental Health Issues

More than 90% of tips made on the state’s Safe2Say Something school anonymous tip app are related to mental health problems, specifically suicides.

Read: Penn’s Head of Mental Health Services Dies by Suicide

Penn’s Head of Mental Health Services Dies by Suicide

Gregory Eells had joined the department that provides mental health services in March.

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