A student-led depression education program boosts other students’ knowledge and awareness, a new study shows. Now, the resources are available to all online.
The award applications, which are open to students, junior investigators and senior investigators, are due on May 15
Cheryl King, Ph.D., a leading expert in child and adolescent suicide prevention, emphasizes the need for a community approach and an open line of communication for families.
Depression Center's Athletes Connected Program Releases Video About Injury's Affects on Mental Health
U-M All-American long distance runner Erin Finn shares her story of how her recurring injuries impacted her mental health
Long-term study yields a new 7-factor framework that could help patients, clinicians and researchers
Reaching Out: From Struggling Soldier to Social Worker in Training
An unlikely friendship between a Vietnam vet and a 20-something LGBTQ National Guard member shows the transformative power of peer support for veterans.
Suicide Warning Signs and Risk Factors Everyone Should Know
Mental health advocacy groups have shared warning signs and risk factors for suicide. Here’s what to look for in a loved one.
The Depression on College Campuses Conference is in March 2018. Registration is now open!
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Hundreds Of Southeast Michigan Tweens Needed To Help U-M Scientists Explore The Developing Brain
2016-17 Annual Impact Report
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