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America’s growing mental health crisis – OPINION

November 4, 2018

Last month, an important date passed with too little notice. Oct. 10 was World Mental Health Day. Established in 1992, its objective is “raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.” The day deserves our attention because the challenges we face in this domain are of more »

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Mental health issues mount on college campuses While Pikes Peak region high schools have stepped up mental health programs in the wake of a record number of teen suicides in 2015 and 2016, approximately one in four students in the area enters college with mental health issues. “We have way too many students struggling with mental health issues,” said Stephanie Hanenberg, more »

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CDHS expands Below the Surface campaign to combat teen suicide

October 7, 2018

CDHS expands Below the Surface campaign to combat teen suicide  DENVER (Oct. 3, 2018) ​—​Today the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of  Behavioral Health launched the statewide Below the Surface campaign to reach teens  navigating academic and social pressures; bullying and harassment; depression and  anxiety; family instability; identifying as LGBTQ+; and more. The goal more »

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Fighting for mental health treatment equality

A teenager trapped by depression. A daughter addicted to heroin. A son lost to suicide. More than a million Coloradans face a mental health or substance use disorder, but only half get the care they need. The consequences can be catastrophic: crowded emergency rooms and prison cells, increased unemployment and homelessness, and one of the more »

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