Mental Health

Read: University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

The state allocated $11.5 million of the Governors Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funding to support mental health initiatives at USG.

Read: 1 in 5 COVID-19 Patients Develop Mental Health Issues Within 3 Months

1 in 5 COVID-19 Patients Develop Mental Health Issues Within 3 Months

Another recent study found that delirium can often be one of the earliest indications of coronavirus infection.

Read: GroupProjects: Prioritizing Campus Safety and Security Issues in 2020 and Beyond

GroupProjects: Prioritizing Campus Safety and Security Issues in 2020 and Beyond

In this interactive session, attendees will discuss balancing safety, security and education in 2020 and beyond.

Read: College Students Give Their Thoughts on Mental Health During Pandemic

College Students Give Their Thoughts on Mental Health During Pandemic

The College Student Fall 2020 Mental Health Survey was conducted in September 2020 and received 12,188 responses from students at 65 universities.

Read: Mass. ER Nurse Attacked by Patient in Police Custody

Mass. ER Nurse Attacked by Patient in Police Custody

The nurse is speaking out about violence against nurses, which he says has been on the rise during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read: Fire Department, Not Police, Will Now Transport Stanford Students on Psychiatric Holds

Fire Department, Not Police, Will Now Transport Stanford Students on Psychiatric Holds

Previously, Stanford University Department of Public Safety officers would transport students to the hospital who were experiencing mental health crises.

Read: COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

The coronavirus’ effects on campus policing encompasses everything from recruiting to training to procedures to privacy concerns to new equipment and more.

Read: NIAAA’s CollegeAIM Program Helps with Planning Alcohol Interventions

NIAAA’s CollegeAIM Program Helps with Planning Alcohol Interventions

CollegeAIM helps colleges and universities address harmful and underage drinking among students by identifying effective alcohol interventions.

Read: Man Uses Blood to Write Satanic Messages on ECU Sorority House

Man Uses Blood to Write Satanic Messages on ECU Sorority House

When East Carolina University police located the man near the campus, he was armed with a machete and had blood on his hands and arms.

Read: Districts Using Grant Money for Improved Technology, Mental Health Training

Districts Using Grant Money for Improved Technology, Mental Health Training

The coronavirus pandemic has shifted the focus for many school districts when it comes to how grant money will be utilized.

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