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A Peer Organization Spotlight: Listen to Students With Psychosis


By Cecilia A. McGough (she/they), Executive Director, Students With Psychosis

Psychosis is often left out of the mental conversation on college campuses. Often, the narrative is limited and excludes intersectional community members. The Child Mind Institute narrows "the peak onset [of psychosis to] between the ages of 15 and 25."[1]

7 Ways to Support You and Your Family’s Mental Health When Returning to Work

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This article was originally published by FlexJobs and has been re-published on Mental Health America's website with permission. Click here to read the original article.

Well over one year ago, the pandemic shifted the way in which people work and live, with no shortage of “pivot” situations. Employers and employees alike are…

10 Young People Changing their Communities for Mental Health

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By Kelly Davis, Associate Vice President of Peer and Youth Advocacy at Mental Health America

Mental Health America (MHA) is proud to announce the members of the 2021-2022 Young Mental Health Leaders Council (YMHLC). YMHLC identifies young leaders from across the U.S.  who have created programs and initiatives that fill gaps in traditional mental health services in their communities. Through YMHLC, members connect with other…