Sunday, December 15


As of 2018, the number of college students characterized as wanting or needing a form of mental health treatment was close to one in three. Organizations such as Wazo Connect, Active Minds, the Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center and UCLA's Counseling and Psychological Services center aim to help students receive appropriate care. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

The Quad: UCLA provides students with myriad mental health resources, but more can be done

At a school with over 32,000 undergraduates, it can be hard to sift through the crowds to find people who understand your experiences. However, there is one thing I know I have in common with at least 30% of my counterparts – a diagnosable mental illness. Read more...

Photo: As of 2018, the number of college students characterized as wanting or needing a form of mental health treatment was close to one in three. Organizations such as Wazo Connect, Active Minds, the Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center and UCLA's Counseling and Psychological Services center aim to help students receive appropriate care. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

As of 2018, the number of college students characterized as wanting or needing a form of mental health treatment was close to one in three. Organizations such as Wazo Connect, Active Minds, the Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center and UCLA's Counseling and Psychological Services center aim to help students receive appropriate care. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)







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