Kaiser Permanente Colorado Teaming Up with Schools to Raise Mental Health Awareness
Youth mental health needs—anxiety, depression, and suicide—are rising at a rapid rate in Colorado. It’s clear more can and must be done to improve access to mental health care and resources. That’s why Kaiser Permanente Colorado, the state’s largest nonprofit health plan, is teaming up with local high schools this fall to unveil Ghosted, an interactive play and workshop designed to address mental health needs, breakdown stigma, and provide resources to teens and teachers.
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