Counseling Programs

Read: Frisco ISD to Add 44 New Jobs to Improve Mental Health Support

Frisco ISD to Add 44 New Jobs to Improve Mental Health Support

Frisco ISD, one of the fastest growing school districts in the country, has added the new positions to free up time for school counselors to focus on students’ mental health needs.

Read: Georgia Tech Invests $1 Million in Campus Mental Health Services

Georgia Tech Invests $1 Million in Campus Mental Health Services

The additional funding for mental health services comes almost two weeks after a student, who suffered from depression, was shot and killed by police.

Read: Rise in College Student Mental Health Issues Reported

Rise in College Student Mental Health Issues Reported

More than 75 percent of lifetime mental health conditions are diagnosed before the age of 24.

Read: With Rise in Student Mental Health Issues, Mass. Group to Offer Solutions

With Rise in Student Mental Health Issues, Mass. Group to Offer Solutions

The group was formed in response to the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

Read: Confidential Reporting Helps Sexual Assault Victims Recover

Confidential Reporting Helps Sexual Assault Victims Recover

Alison Kiss from the Clery Center discusses confidential and mandated reporting, and how campuses can work with counselors to ensure victims get the help they need.

Read: Report Suggests Creating Mental Health Programs for Police

Report Suggests Creating Mental Health Programs for Police

The report found that very few departments are prepared to respond to officer trauma.

Dept. of Ed Gives $530K to College to Recover from School Shooting

The money will help Umpqua Community College provide resources for students affected by the shooting.

Read: Florida University System Requests $20M to Correct Police, Mental Health Staffing Deficits

Florida University System Requests $20M to Correct Police, Mental Health Staffing Deficits

The state’s public university officials say they have struggled to keep up with an increase in student enrollment.

Read: Oregon University Uses Student’s Mental Health Records in Court

Oregon University Uses Student’s Mental Health Records in Court

Employees and students are upset after Oregon University used the mental health records of a student who is suing the school in court to defend itself.

The State of Mental Health on U.S. College Campuses

Nearly one in 10 college students is receiving counseling from on-campus mental health professionals.

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