Mental Health

Read: All 3 Campus Safety Conference Agendas Are Live!

All 3 Campus Safety Conference Agendas Are Live!

Each location features a variety of topics and subject-matter experts and offers unique opportunities for sharing experiences — and some much-deserved downtime — with peers.

Read: A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

Central State University police developed a K-9 therapy program and opened a food and hygiene pantry to support students’ mental and physical health.

Read: Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

A new survey has found that 48% of LGBTQ teens, ages 13-17, seriously considered attempting suicide last year.

Read: Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Schools can improve their suicide prevention efforts by adopting the SOAR (Self-Awareness, Outreach, Adaptation, and Repair) framework.

Read: Guns Became Leading Cause of Death for U.S. Children and Teens in 2020

Guns Became Leading Cause of Death for U.S. Children and Teens in 2020

More than 4,300 people ages 1-19 died of firearm-related injuries in 2020 — a 29.5% increase from 2019.

Read: Assessing Safety Readiness For Education Campuses

Assessing Safety Readiness For Education Campuses

Strengthen your school’s security by taking this safety readiness assessment and learn how to align technology with your district’s concerns.

Read: Teacher Shortage Prompts Texas District to Shorten School Week

Teacher Shortage Prompts Texas District to Shorten School Week

The change to a four-day school week appears to be incentivizing more teachers to apply for jobs in the district.

Read: Study: Pandemic Healthcare Workers, Combat Veterans Share Similar Trauma

Study: Pandemic Healthcare Workers, Combat Veterans Share Similar Trauma

Moral injury, a type of post-traumatic stress, is experienced by frontline healthcare workers at about the same rate as veterans who served in combat after 9/11.

Read: Student and Teacher Mental Health: Is It Just Stress or Something More?

Student and Teacher Mental Health: Is It Just Stress or Something More?

A training consultant discusses how to differentiate between normal stress levels and a mental health crisis, and how to help students experiencing either.

Read: 55% of High Schoolers Were Emotionally Abused by an Adult During Lockdown

55% of High Schoolers Were Emotionally Abused by an Adult During Lockdown

The CDC’s Adolescent Behaviors and Experiences Survey defined emotional abuse as being sworn at, insulted, or put down.

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