1. Pilot program educates teens on mental health  FOX5 Las Vegas
  2. What It's Like to Be Diagnosed with Depression at Eight Years Old  VICE
  3. Free mental health clinic now offered on final Thursday of each month  WJBF-TV
  4. View full coverage on Google News
"In the fourth grade, getting up each day was a battle for me and my parents. I began finding it difficult to walk. I started getting excruciating headaches.""In the fourth grade, getting up each day was a battle for me and my parents. I began finding it difficult to walk. I started getting excruciating headaches."

What It's Like to Have Depression as a Child - VICE

More than half the population will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in their lifetime, according to the CDC. There is also a shortage of mental healthcare professionals...More than half the population will be diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point in their lifetime, according to the CDC. There is also a shortage of mental healthcare professionals so doctors and students sat the Medical College of Georgia are working to bridge the gap between those seeking treatment and those providing it. 

Free mental health clinic now offered on final Thursday of each month

“Here ya go! Let's take a look at Keemstar's comments over the weekend, talk about my own experiences with social anxiety and depression, and about me getting attacked for sharing my mental health recovery: https://t.co/u6M2TLhgEM”

Boogie2988 on Twitter: "Here ya go! Let's take a look at Keemstar's comments over the weekend, talk about my own experiences with social anxiety and depression, and about me getting attacked for sharing my mental health recovery: https://t.co/u6M2TLhgEM"

“New: Social Media and Mental Health. A workshop on both the negative impact and positive potential of social media in anxiety and depression. | Manchester | Fri, 13 September 2019 | https://t.co/caD723qTVe”

Prof Patrick McGhee on Twitter: "New: Social Media and Mental Health. A workshop on both the negative impact and positive potential of social media in anxiety and depression. | Manchester | Fri, 13 September 2019 | https://t.co/caD723qTVe"

“reminder: really great things can happen to you externally (big career news! seeing friends! eating good food!) & you can still feel depressed and anxious and worthless and alone. sometimes happy things lift you out of your mental illness for a bit, sometimes they dont. thats ok!”

How To Be Alone (by me Lane Moore) is out now on Twitter: "reminder: really great things can happen to you externally (big career news! seeing friends! eating good food!) & you can still feel depressed and anxious and worthless and alone. sometimes happy things lift you out of your mental illness for a bit, sometimes they dont. thats ok!"

“The National Inst. of Mental Health reports 3.2 million 12- to 17-year-olds had at least 1 major depressive episode in the past year, but only 20% received treatment. Fixing our nation’s mental health system is a matter of life & death for our kids.”

Kevin Ryan on Twitter: "The National Inst. of Mental Health reports 3.2 million 12- to 17-year-olds had at least 1 major depressive episode in the past year, but only 20% received treatment. Fixing our nation’s mental health system is a matter of life & death for our kids."