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Columbia School of Public Health: School-Based Program Reverses Bias Against Mental Illness in Black and Latinx Teens
September 22, 2022
NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (TNSjou) -- Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health issued the following news:

A school-based educational program successfully lowered mental health stigma among Black and Latinx adolescents. Bias mental illness is common among teenagers, with consequences that include worsened mental health and avoidance of treatment for those who need it.

The study led by Melissa Dupont-Reyes, PhD, assistant professor of sociomedical sciences and epide . . .

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