UIPD’s Response, Evaluation and Crisis Help (REACH) initiative pairs social workers with police officers when responding to mental health-related emergencies.
In this webinar, attendees will learn the observable behaviors people exhibit as they head down a path of violence so we can help prevent the preventable.
In early 2021, emergency department visits for suspected suicide attempts increased 51% among girls ages 12-17 compared to the same period in 2019.
With so many people returning to our campuses and the workplace, we must know how to recognize and deal with potential mental health issues.
Hospitals have noticed a significant upswing in the admission of children due to mental health issues, and the pandemic is the likely culprit.
Using technology to flag student mood and engagement anomalies can help schools address serious mental health challenges that students might be experiencing.
Students may be getting back to school, but mental health issues from the pandemic linger.
Launching as a pilot program this fall, mental health providers will assist campus security on calls that stem from mental health issues.
A new survey highlights the most pressing safety concerns and crisis communication challenges for the start of the 2021-2022 academic year.
Learn how to address mental health issues among students, faculty, and staff