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Mental Health America wants to hear from current college students with psychiatric disabilities during the pandemic

 

Mental Health America wants to hear from current college students with psychiatric disabilities during the pandemic. Share your experiences in our new survey focused on answering the following questions about what has changed for students and how schools can do better now and in the future.


  • What are the experiences of college students with psychiatric disabilities during the pandemic?
  • How have the needs of students with psychiatric disabilities changed during the pandemic?
  • How have professors and disability services adapted to meet the needs of students with psychiatric disabilities during the pandemic?
  • How can colleges and universities better meet the needs of students with psychiatric disabilities during the pandemic and in the future?

 

To check out the survey and pass it along, head to bit.ly/campusmhsurvey. Survey ends October 16, 2020.

Questions? Email Kelly Davis at [email protected].

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