Mental Health Awareness

The Kent State University team of students and employees who will support the Northeast Ohio Mental Health Awareness Training stand outside Lowry Hall, home of the university’s College of Public Health, for a group photo.

Kent State University’s Center for Public Policy and Health in the College of Public Health was recently awarded $600,000 in grant funding to support the Northeast Ohio Mental Health Awareness Training, a collaborative project that will train teachers and relevant school personnel to connect children and youth in a school setting to appropriate mental health resources.

Mental Health

The Office of the Surgeon General recently released a report on workplace mental health and well-being, and Kent State University was highlighted as a strong example of mental health support.