college mental health

Student veteran peer support gets boost

Student veteran peer support gets boost

January 7, 2013

A novel program to help new student veterans successfully transition to life in college will receive nearly $1 million over three years from the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation. The Peer Advisors for Veteran Education (PAVE) Program, designed by faculty and staff at the University

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Campus program provides essential layer of support

Campus program provides essential layer of support

April 26, 2012

Students across the University of Michigan who face challenges in managing their mental health on campus are benefitting from the outreach services of the Campus Mind Works (CMW) program, a partnership between the Depression Center and the College of Engineering now in its second year. These days, greater

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Few college students with depression get adequate care

Few college students with depression get adequate care

February 27, 2012

Less than one in four college students with symptoms of serious depression receives minimally adequate treatment, and services currently available on campuses might not be sufficient for delivering good quality mental health care, according to a new study in the journal General Hospital Psychiatry. The

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