Depression

Read: Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Safe2Say Something Reveals Student Safety Concerns in P.A. Schools

Through the Safe2Say Something program, it’s easy and confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence in schools.

Read: Truman State, Fraternity, Student Named in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Truman State, Fraternity, Student Named in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Families of the victims believe the defendants had knowledge of their sons’ depression and encouraged them to take their own lives.

Read: Take This Quick Quiz to Test Your Mental Health Awareness

Take This Quick Quiz to Test Your Mental Health Awareness

Since 1949, May has been recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month. How much do you know about mental health in America?

Read: Student Takes Own Life at a Lyons (Illinois) Middle School

Student Takes Own Life at a Lyons (Illinois) Middle School

Police do not believe the student had any intention to carry out a mass shooting and no students or faculty members were injured.

Read: $30M Approved for Mental Health Services in Mich. Schools

$30M Approved for Mental Health Services in Mich. Schools

The money will be used to help students who do not have access to mental health services in their communities.

Read: Study Links Youth Suicide and Gun Owning Households

Study Links Youth Suicide and Gun Owning Households

Every day, an average of three youths between the ages of 10 and 19 die by firearm-related suicide, according to the study.

Read: More Kids Seeking Help for Mental Health at ERs, Research Shows

More Kids Seeking Help for Mental Health at ERs, Research Shows

More than 293,000 children have been diagnosed for some type of mental illness in a pediatric emergency room from 2012 to 2016.

Read: Study: 1 in 5 College Students Contemplate Suicide

Study: 1 in 5 College Students Contemplate Suicide

A recent study shows that college students are feeling more stress and anxiety than ever, leading to suicidal thoughts or deciding to harm themselves.

Read: Study: Depressed Children are More Likely to Have Skill Deficits

Study: Depressed Children are More Likely to Have Skill Deficits

Research shows depressed children are six times as likely to have setbacks in certain areas and parents and teachers are struggling to recognize it.

Read: New Study: Significant Rise in Suicide Attempts Among Kids, Teens

New Study: Significant Rise in Suicide Attempts Among Kids, Teens

The study, published on May 16, identified nearly 116,000 cases of suicidal thoughts or attempts at 31 children’s hospitals between 2008 and 2015.

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