U-M Department of Psychiatry receives $3.9-million to improve student mental health

The University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry was awarded a $3.9-million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health for a new study titled, “Improving Student Mental Health: Adaptive Implementation of School-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.”

U-M researchers will study the effectiveness of different implementation strategies to improve access to evidence-based mental health care for students with depression and anxiety throughout the state of Michigan.

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