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Orygen and The Jed Foundation Launch #chatsafe in the U.S., First Evidence-Based Guidelines to Help Young People Talk Safely Online About Suicide

The guidelines, which were originally launched in Australia by Orygen as the world's first guidelines to support young people in communicating safely online about suicide, are now available in the United States



#chatsafe: A young person's guide for communicating safely online about suicide

Following the impact of the #chatsafe guidelines in Australia, Orygen have collaborated with the Jed Foundation and the Stanford Psychiatry Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing to adapt the guidelines for a U.S. audience. The adapted guidelines provide information and resources relevant to young people living in the U.S., including national phone and text helplines.



The Stanford Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing Spring 2019 Update

Check out what we've been up to in our most recent newsletter below!

Spring 2019  |  Summer 2018  |  Fall 2017  |  Spring 2017


Creating a Public Mental Health Continuum of Care for Youth in the US

In this webinar, Dr. Steven Adelsheim discussed how to create an integrated continuum which includes early psychosis services, with a particular focus on school-based services.



Stressed about the college admissions process?

Check out the latest white paper from Challenge Success, A “Fit” Over Rankings: Why College Engagement Matters More Than Selectivity, to find out what really matters and dial down the stress and anxiety about this process.  

 


Meet the allcove Youth Advisory Group

 


Special mental health and media statements regarding the television series "13 Reasons Why"

Statement from Experts on the Upcoming Release of 13 Reasons Why, Season 2


Understanding the Mental Health Needs and Concerns of Youth and their Parents: An Exploratory Investigation

(Major Themes and Findings July 2016)


Views from the Field - Lessons from Abroad: Investing in Youth Mental Health