mental illness http://kbia.org en How faith communities fit into youth mental wellness http://kbia.org/post/how-faith-communities-fit-youth-mental-wellness <p style="margin-bottom: 23.765px; line-height: 23.765px; color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: OpenSansRegular, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14.44444465637207px;">Since 2005, Mary Kelley’s 16 year-old-son has been hospitalized psychiatrically 36 times, lived in 7 different residential facilities, and been part of two therapeutic treatment systems.</p> Fri, 09 May 2014 20:57:43 +0000 Kellie Moore 52708 at http://kbia.org How faith communities fit into youth mental wellness Step by step: One man walks across Missouri for a cause http://kbia.org/post/step-step-one-man-walks-across-missouri-cause <p>One St. Louis man is walking from Kansas City to St. Louis. He’s walking to share his story about a lifetime struggle with mental illness. His walk aims to raise awareness and funds for more mental health support in rural communities.&nbsp;</p><p> Thu, 02 May 2013 13:58:15 +0000 Meredith Turk & Olga Khrustaleva 33038 at http://kbia.org Step by step: One man walks across Missouri for a cause More students enter college with severe mental illnesses http://kbia.org/post/more-students-enter-college-severe-mental-illnesses <p>MU’s Counseling Center is hosting a depression screening day for MU students Thursday. Computer stations across campus will provide assessments of depression and anxiety for participating students.</p><p>The growing number of students who enter college with severe mental illnesses has been on the rise for the last decade, according to a study by the American Psychological Association.</p><p>Dr. Christy Hutton is a programming and communications coordinator with MU Counseling Center. She says she’s seeing more students with mental health problems on campus.</p> Thu, 20 Sep 2012 16:46:36 +0000 Dalton Barker 21497 at http://kbia.org More students enter college with severe mental illnesses