April 10, 2019

Text, Talk, Act

A phone-based program to get young people talking about mental health challenges.
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In the absence of school guidelines for mental health education, the Tucson-based National Institute for Civil Discourse developed Text, Talk, Act, a phone-based program to get young people talking about the mental health challenges they face.

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