Press Releases

Active Minds-TimelyMD Student Ambassadors Champion Campus Mental Health Support

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 23, 2022 | View online (WASHINGTON, D.C.) — Today Active Minds and TimelyMD announced joint student ambassador programs at 16 colleges and universities, with the goal of driving awareness of and promoting resources that improve and support students’ mental health. Active Minds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health…

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Active Minds Awards $90,000 to Rising Mental Health Professionals 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    May 31, 2022   Active Minds, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and advocacy for young adults, is proud to announce the recipients of the inaugural Emerging Scholars Nash Family Scholarship. This new scholarship, made possible by generous support from Avi and Sandra Nash, recognizes three students who are…

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Active Minds Mentors White House Youth Mental Health Leaders

Forum highlighted importance of authentic storytelling to create change

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Active Minds, CLASP, and The Trevor Project Team Up to Address Microaggressions

The CALM tool will give users the language needed to correct aggressions against marginalized groups

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Five Colleges and Universities Named Best-in-Class for Health and Wellbeing

Active Minds releases updated recommendations for building a healthy campus community

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Acclaimed Suicide Prevention Display Returns This Spring

Send Silence Packing Begins National Tour this Spring

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Active Minds and TimelyMD Team Up to Improve College Students’ Mental Health

Active Minds and TimelyMD have joined forces to drive awareness of and promote resources that improve and support college students’ mental health

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Active Minds Recognizes Excellence in Campus Mental Health Advocacy

Young adults, campus leaders, and Active Minds chapters recognized for their efforts to change the conversation around mental health.

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Active Minds Receives $4 Million Gift from MacKenzie Scott

Funds received at a critical moment for mental health due to the COVID-19 pandemic

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