By Bernie Lubell and Kate Snow As millions of U.S. children deal with anxiety or depression, schools are trying to help. By Bernie Lubell and Kate Snow Talking about mental health isn’t taboo in Andrea McCabe’s fifth-grade class at Chatterton School in Merrick, New York. It’s just another day at school. On a recent day,
More students at public universities are turning to mental health services on campus, but they’re facing long wait lists By Associated Press, Wire Service Content Nov. 25, 2019, at 8:01 a.m. By COLLIN BINKLEY and LARRY FENN, Associated Press More college students are turning to their schools for help with anxiety, depression and other mental health
By David Leffler August 19 at 8:00 AM At 9 on a chilly February morning in Austin, Elizabeth Minne met in her office with a former counseling client and her mother. The three were all smiles, catching up for the first time in ages. As their laughter faded, they recalled their weighty introduction five years
The California State Legislature is calling on local school districts to come up with new ways to fill big gaps in mental health care for children and teens, setting aside $50 million this year for schools willing to try new ways of detecting and preventing mental illness through campus-based services. The Mental Health Student Services
Author – Jeremy Duda In the wake of legislative inaction on bipartisan legislation to create a school safety task force, Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman will create her own task force within the Arizona Department of Education. The Arizona School Safety Task Force will craft a model school safety plan and serve as a
Author – Priscilla Casper TUCSON- Casa de los Niños is partnering with the Tucson Unified School District to provide behavioral health services to students and their families through a new pilot program. “I think it is vital because it removes a barrier for the family and student to access services,” said Dave Slay, an
Author – Amir Vera Public schools need more mental health professionals and fewer police, according to a recently released report by the American Civil Liberties Union. The report found that nearly one-third of public school students, more than 14 million, are enrolled in schools with police but without a counselor, nurse, psychologist or social worker.