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Students learn how bullying impacts one another and create their own plans to help.
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Carmen Diaz remembers what it was like to be forced out of her home — to be a 13- or 14-year-old who had to pack up her room and stay at a family friend’s house, unsure of where her family would go next.
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Educational and child care disruptions because of housing instability are growing increasingly common. The disruptions can have immediate and long-term impacts on kids’ mental health, academic success and social lives.
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Choctaw Nation and other tribal nations have made big investments in tribally run mental health care in the wake of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
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Many Hispanics are being left in the dark about long Covid. This is what some patients have learned through self-advocacy. .
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This project was produced as project for the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2022 National Fellowship and its Kristy Hammam Fund for Health Journalism....
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As the waitlist for a state hospital bed in Texas continues to grow, mental health leaders remain dedicated to the widespread adoption of a strategy known as “Eliminate the Wait.”
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Santa Barbara County plans to add another co-response team and reopen its crisis stabilization unit as a locked facility.
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New guide from statewide network offers community-driven alternatives.
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“Folks need to be served by people who look like them and who maybe had some of their life experiences," as one coalition leader put it.



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