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Student health and well-being

A well-being win
Published Winter 2023
Depression and anxiety are on the rise among young adults, particularly scholar-athletes striving for excellence both in the classroom and on the playing field. With the help of an alumnus and his wife, Johns Hopkins University is offering new, robust supports for its players through the Jeffrey Ma Shiu and Emily Liu Mental Health and Wellness Endowment Fund. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
JHU hosts national conference on responding to mental health crises
Published Nov 15, 2023
The 2023 Mobile Crisis Co-Response Symposium featured a keynote presentation from Maryland Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller
Behavioral Health Crisis Support Team expands to East Baltimore
Published Aug 16, 2023
JHU's innovative mental health program is once again expanding its reach
Behavioral health crisis resource expands to Peabody, launches 24/7 phone line
Published Oct 7, 2022
The program, which pairs licensed clinicians with public safety officers, responded to 88 calls during one-year Homewood campus pilot phase
New behavioral health crisis resource meets 'real need' on campus and in the community
Published May 20, 2022
The program, piloted at the Homewood campus during the 2021-22 academic year, will expand to the Peabody/Mount Vernon area in the fall
Student well-being
An update on JHU's student mental health and well-being efforts
Published March 1, 2022
Vice Provost for Student Health and Well-being Kevin Shollenberger shares insights into key wellness accomplishments over the past three years