Coming early 2017: The Equal Chance at Mental Health Framework

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The Steve Fund and The Jed Foundation have partnered to create the Equal Chance at Mental Health Framework with evidence-based expert recommendations for America’s colleges and universities to better support the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.
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Coming in early 2017: The Equal Chance at Mental Health Framework

The Steve Fund and The Jed Foundation have partnered to create the Equal Chance at Mental Health  Framework with evidence-based expert recommendations for America’s colleges and universities to better support the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color. Too many students of color are failing academically, suffering emotionally and in some cases are facing serious risk, including death, because population-specific factors influencing their mental health are poorly understood. The Equal Chance at Mental Health  Framework will be based on a systematic literature review, on a survey of existing evidence-based programs, on expert input from mental health and higher education leaders  and on a survey of more than 1,000 students.

TheEqual Chance at Mental Health  Framework will be released early 2017. To sign up for updates, please fill out the form below. Thank you for your interest.

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A Framework of Recommendations for Colleges and Universities to Support the Mental Health of Students of Color. Now with toolkit.

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