College Re-Entry

helps academically engaged 18-30 year-old college students, who withdraw from their studies due to mental health challenges, return to college and successfully reach their educational goals.

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Ambar shares how the College Re-Entry program helped her get out of isolation and return to college, after dropping out because of grief and psychosis.
Fran’s son stopped going to classes multiple times, but he only missed two snow days at College Re-Entry and is now studying to be a math teacher. Learn more.
What you eat can have an impact on your overall mental health and on your symptoms if you have a mental illness. It can also help you manage your stress and affect the chemicals in your body.
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Time Magazine: Record Numbers of College Students Are Seeking Treatment for Depression and Anxiety — But Schools Can't Keep Up          The New York Times

 

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