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: Opinion: Stop Using the Word ‘Bullying’

Opinion: Stop Using the Word ‘Bullying’

A Columbine survivor discusses his perspective on bullying and how he believes schools, parents and teens can more effectively address this issue.

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: Video: Teen Assaulted by Hospital Security, Deputy at Atrium Health Lincoln

Video: Teen Assaulted by Hospital Security, Deputy at Atrium Health Lincoln

The 16-year-old’s mother was taking him to the healthcare facility to receive mental health treatment when multiple violent confrontations occurred.

Read: Reading Between the Lines: Recognizing Insider References to School Shooters

Reading Between the Lines: Recognizing Insider References to School Shooters

School shooters sometimes quote previous shooters in their online posts and/or homework assignments. Campus staff and police should understand these references so they can intervene.

Read: Everytown for Gun Safety, Teachers Unions Urge Schools to Reassess Lockdown Drills

Everytown for Gun Safety, Teachers Unions Urge Schools to Reassess Lockdown Drills

Although 95% of American public schools regularly conduct some sort of active shooter drill, the groups recommend students not be involved.

Read: Columbine Survivor, Student Safety Advocate to Keynote 2020 Campus Safety Conferences

Columbine Survivor, Student Safety Advocate to Keynote 2020 Campus Safety Conferences

Craig Scott of Value-Up will present ‘Columbine and Beyond: Helping Students Recognize Their Own Value and the Value of Others’ at all three of this summer’s Campus Safety Conferences.

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: Park City Schools Improve Physical Security But Main Focus is Behavioral Management

Park City Schools Improve Physical Security But Main Focus is Behavioral Management

While the Utah school district has installed secure vestibules and cameras, internal threats have been its main focus.

Read: COPS Office Releases $500 Million in Community Policing Grants

COPS Office Releases $500 Million in Community Policing Grants

The grant money will be used for scenario-based active shooter training and improved access to mental health and wellness services, among other things.

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