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College responds to explosive growth in demand for counseling services by offering free access to a clinically monitored, anonymous online community, as well as an after-hours hotline
Access to free, online mental health support will be promoted to millions of men globally as the result of a new partnership between Movember and Togetherall.
University expands its holistic approach to student mental health and well-being by offering free access to a clinically monitored, anonymous online community focused on fostering social connection and a culture of caring.
Kaylee Menefee, University of Portland Active Minds President, Active Minds Student Advisory Committee Member, Crisis Text Line Crisis Counselor, uses personal life examples to explore how sharing lived experiences can help student with their mental health.
Advisor on mental health and former Director for Mental Health and Wellbeing for Public Health England, Gregor Henderson, explores this year’s WMHD theme.
Kimberly Collamore, Auburn University Active Minds Secretary, Crisis Text Line Crisis Counselor, explores ways college campuses can help fight stigma around mental health.
UCF students have now access to Togetherall, which will help them navigate mental health challenges online safely and anonymously.
Sara R. Abelson, MPH, co-investigator and lead for diversity, equity and inclusion projects, Healthy Minds Network, discusses the ways online peer-to-peer platforms help elevate equity and inclusion.
University’s newest resource advances goals to expand access to care among a broader population of students by offering our clinically monitored, anonymous online support community.
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