Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET
Approximately 1.8 of the nation's college students meet the medical criteria for substance misuse or dependence. Increasing numbers of students report high levels of anxiety, hopelessness, and other symptoms of mental illness.
Join national leaders in a conversation about treatment and recovery supports for these underrepresented student populations. Presenters will:
- Review data on the prevalence of serious mental illness and substance use disorders among college students.
- Highlight an array of collegiate recovery support models that assist students with serious mental illness or substance use disorders.
- Discuss opportunities for colleges and communities to provide recovery support services to help students at risk of developing, or experiencing, a serious mental illness or substance use disorder.