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Resource: Factsheet on Improving Access and Care for Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Conditions

Posted | Oct 20 2021

This factsheet shares how agencies and offices across HHS are working together to advance behavioral health for children, youth, and their families, with an emphasis on youth mental health and substance use since taking office, including: ensuring access to quality, affordable health care, investing in community-based youth mental health and substance use care, increasing school-based behavioral health supports, and laying the groundwork for future improvements in youth mental health and substance use prevention and treatment. Learn more.

Resource: Financial Aid Bootcamp Webinar

Posted | Oct 18 2021

Dates: October 19 and 21, 2021
These bootcamp sessions are designed to help participants learn about: Federal student loan repayment options, default prevention, Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program, FSA tools and resources for students, parents, and college access professionals, and will feature a virtual line-by-line live demonstration of the 2022-23 FAFSA® form. This bootcamp provides participants the opportunity to ask questions and is ideal for students, parents, guidance counselors, student loan borrowers, college access professionals, college and career coaches, and other members of the financial aid community. Learn more and register.

Resources: Crisis Helplines

Posted | Sep 10 2021

If someone's life is in danger, call 911 or your local emergency number.

Below are crisis support services for specific needs: