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The United States climbed into the top 10 ranking of countries with the most charitable people last year, with over $350 billion given in donations. This is the fifth consecutive year that the United States has increased its annual amount of giving, showing that Americans are invested in improving the health and wellness of individuals and families in their communities.

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How Mental Health Policies Shape Student Help-Seeking Behavior

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One third of college students reported feeling so depressed that they found it difficult to function in the past year, according to the American College Health Association’s most recent Annual National Survey. With the number of students with mental health conditions increasing, some schools have developed mental health policies which have resulted in expulsion and other mandates which have left students feeling resistant toward seeking help.

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Will to Live: Increasing School Connectedness

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John Trautwein and his wife Susie founded the Will to Live Foundation after losing their 15-year-old son, Will, to suicide. The nonprofit is now thriving and helping to not only heal, but to empower a family and an Atlanta-area community deeply affected by Will’s death. We interviewed John to learn more about Will to Live’s mission and how school coaches and staff members can help increase school connectedness and identify students struggling with mental illness.

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