The Eisenberg Family Depression Center aims to empower students and their communities through evidence-based outreach programs focused on prevention and intervention.

Far too many young people are struggling with their mental health. Today, one in four youth globally are experiencing clinically elevated depression symptoms.

Our youth face unprecedented peer pressure and academic expectations, among other challenges. We all have a role to play in supporting youth mental health and creating a world where young people thrive.

Peer-to-Peer Depression Awareness Program »

This evidence-based initiative helps students launch creative mental health education campaigns to raise awareness and encourage help-seeking within schools.

Caroline's Story

Our Peer-to-Peer participant Caroline Thomas shares her mental health journey, captured by our Maxwell Gray Film Fellowship program.


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Children's Mental Health Is in Crisis

Here are seven things we can do right now to help.

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