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Millennials represent 27% of the U.S. population, but they are 100% of our nation's future. [We] must make their health a priority and we must invest in them." Read more in this article, How Healthy Are Today's Young Adults?

Active Minds is Growing!

Welcome our newest chapter - Active Minds at University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS!

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    chalkmessageprogramThe Chalk Message Project has a new home at Active Minds! The Chalk Message Project has been an LGBTQ suicide prevention and awareness program run by students on campuses across the country since 2009. Starting this fall, the Project will be a part of Active Minds National Day Without Stigma. More information on how to participate will be posted here in July. 

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    Send Silence Packing’s month-long trip was an amazing experience filled with inspiring people and moving stories. We traveled to 13 different cities and set up displays on college campuses, and in city centers; including displays in Philadelphia’s Love Park and Manhattan’s Flatiron Plaza. Visit the blog to read about our latest and greatest adventure on the road.

     

    national_stress_out_dayThe end of the semester can be stressful. Good thing National Stress Out Day is just around the corner. Nearly 150 chapters are participating in Active Minds 7th Annual National Stress Out Day April 15-21, 2012! Learn more here www.stressoutday.org!

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Barry Schreier, Director of University of Connecticut Counseling and Mental Health Services and Advisor for UConn Active Minds says:

 

barry_schreier_-_uconn"My strong message to counseling center directors is to either start a chapter or contact your current chapter and form a close alliance between Active Minds and the campus counseling center. This alignment allows for close collaboration not only on the variety of campus mental health issues, but on the framing and messaging of these issues."

 

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