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Nonprofit working to support the emotional health of teens & young adults.
What We Do:
The Jed Foundation (JED) is a nonprofit that protects emotional health and prevents su***de for our nation’s teens and young adults. How We Do It:
Our evidence-based, comprehensive public health approach equips teens and young adults with the skills and knowledge to help themselves and each other, strengthens schools’ mental health and su***de prevention policies, programs and systems,
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Happening Thursday, 9/14 in collaboration with The Dorm, join us for a virtual CE presentation.
JED's Chief Medical Officer, Laura Erickson-Schroth, and The Dorm's Dr. Amanda Fialk, LCSW, LICSW will help professionals break down common myths and misconceptions surrounding suicidality, and learn how to best support young adult clients experiencing chronic or acute suicidal ideation.
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The 2nd episode of The Rose’s Mindset Collection is out NOW on the Mindset YouTube Channel! In this episode, The Rose shares advice on overcoming loneliness and finding a sense of belonging.
Join the live premiere now: https://youtu.be/bURB5FwlhWU
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The Rose's Mindset Collection Ep 2 | Sense of Belonging In the second episode, The Rose discusses the deep connections they share with each other and the emotional strength that comes from prioritizing mental heal...
We have partnered Lemonada Media to create 🎤 "I Need To Ask You Something." Every week, join JED Consulting Expert Dr. Monica Band as she creates a safe space for young individuals and the caring adults in their lives. Together, they navigate tough conversations, heal out loud, and craft blueprints for even stronger bonds. 💛
🎉 Mark your calendars! The series officially drops on September 6th. Listen to the podcast trailer NOW. https://link.chtbl.com/INTAYS
The Jed Foundation has been recognized as a Gold winner in the 21st Annual American Business Awards for Organization of the Year, Nonprofit. The 2023 competition received more than 3,700 nominations.
If you’re heading to college with a mental health condition, you’re not alone. Planning ahead to ensure your needs are met will make your transition to college easier, and it can begin well before you get to campus.
Swipe to learn how to manage your mental health in college. Click the 🔗 to read more. https://bit.ly/3qE4JOm
"Prioritizing sleep, moving your body, getting organized, and leaning on your support network all help college students prevent or manage stress,” said John MacPhee, JED CEO, in this piece by Cole Claybourn for US News & World Report. Maintaining healthy habits is a key protective factor for students managing stressors that may arise.
Read more https://bit.ly/459NDqs
“If you slow down for a moment and catch your breath, you can forever keep these passing moments in your heart.” – WONWOO
We need your votes! 🗳️ JED is hoping to bring some important conversations to Texas' SXSW conferences happening in March.
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“People are coming together from all different areas to support youth mental health,” said Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth, JED’s Chief Medical Officer, in an interview with Christina Caron for The New York Times that focused on the protective work being done to prevent su***de, which appears to be causing a decline in deaths for some minority groups.
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U.S. Su***de Deaths Rose in 2022, C.D.C. Estimates Say Provisional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that deaths by su***de were up last year — but not for all groups.
A panic attack is an intense surge of fear that sometimes comes on very quickly and only lasts a few minutes. Some will experience tension all over their body, tightness in their chest, or even flushes of heat. JED Expert Stephanie Cherestal, PhD, shares some helpful grounding techniques to reduce the intensity of the panic attack.
🔗 for the full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNJRdi4dg2U
How to Deal with Panic Attacks A panic attrack is an intense surge of fear that will sometimes come on very quickly and only last for a few minutes. Some will experience tension all over t...
Feeling stressed about heading back to school is normal. A new year means juggling friendships, exams, grades, sports, extracurriculars—it's a lot! Here’s how to lower the stress of going back to school.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, here are 5 calming activities to try. Click the 🔗 to read more: https://bit.ly/44Ry3iP
The first of three episodes of the new video series starring South Korean indie rock band The Rose is out now! The three-episode video series with The Rose is designed to normalize mental health support among fans through intimate, personal stories from top Korean artists.
JED is excited to launch this video collection with Mindset by DIVE Studios It is the second installment in the JED and Mindset content series.
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The first episode of The Rose Mindset Collection is out NOW. 🥀 Join the live premiere on Mindset by DIVE Studios YouTube Channel and hear The Rose’s story about how to navigate through the uncertainties of the future and self-doubt.
Watch Now: https://youtu.be/dO-06KprjOU
Only one day until the first episode of The Rose’s Mindset Collection, made in partnership with JED, drops 8/16 at 6pm PT // 8/17 at 10am KST.
Back-to-school season is a time of transition, which can spark anxiety in some young people. JED Expert Dr. Ellen Utley spoke with Cory Smith of Sinclair Broadcast Group about how parents can prepare their young adults–and themselves–for a new school year by prioritizing mental health.
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Back-to-school anxiety? Experts offer tips for coping Going back to school can be a stressful time for both children and their parents, but anxiety is normal.
Today is ! Music is an effective tool to reduce stress, relax, and just generally feel better.
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We are proud to present the Parent Playbooks and Educator & Coach Toolkits, the most comprehensive anti-bullying guides, alongside The Choose Kindness Project and the rest of The Choose Kindness Alliance! Head to The Choose Kindness website and download your playbooks & toolkits today!
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Adee Shepen, JED’s Chief Development Officer, and Kate Kennedy-Lynch, Director of External Relations at NAMI, joined staff at Macy's Herald Square in NYC for an in-store celebration to highlight this month's campaign.
From now until September 14th, Macy’s is helping bring awareness and necessary funds to support youth mental health and the importance of equipping young people with resources. https://bit.ly/444RWBZ
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Going away to college is a major life transition that anyone, even those without mental illness, can struggle with. When speaking to Reena Roy for ABC News, Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth, JED’s Chief Medical Officer explained why, saying “things are changing academically, [they’re] making new social connections, [and] some people are leaving home to go to college.” Dr. Erickson-Schroth discussed the value of community and connection, as well as ways to emotionally prepare for college.
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JED Chief Medical Officer Dr. Erickson-Schroth on Taking Care of Your Mental Health While Transitioning to College. | The Jed Foundation If you or someone you know needs to talk to someone right now, text, call, or chat 988, the Su***de and Crisis Lifeline, for a free confidential conversation with a trained counselor 24/7.
“Black people in the United States are less likely to receive mental health care than other groups,” said Dr. Stephanie Cherestal, JED expert, in a conversation with Daniel Lempres of EdSurge. Dr. Cherestal discussed how provider diversity and culturally competent care would encourage Black youth to seek help and support for their .
Training Today’s Youth to Become Tomorrow's Mental Health Care Providers - EdSurge News A new career preparation program inspires diverse students to "create healing spaces."
If you’re feeling anxious about the new school year before classes have even started, you’re not alone. Transitions are stressful, and thinking about navigating classes, friendships, and extracurriculars can feel overwhelming.
Swipe to read seven steps to plan a positive school experience this year. Click the 🔗 to read more: https://bit.ly/43xE3vZ
“The struggles along the way are only meant to shape you for your purpose.” - Chadwick Boseman
“Teens and young adults turn to each other in times of crisis,” said Dr. Kurt Michael, Ph.D., Senior Clinical Director at JED, in a recent interview with Stephanie Pappas for APA Monitor. Dr. Michael spoke about reducing access to fi****ms to prevent deaths and how our flagship JED High School program fosters enhanced social connectedness, youth engagement, and a positive school climate to affirm help-seeking among students.
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More than 20% of teens have seriously considered su***de. Psychologists and communities can help tackle the problem Reports show increasing rates of su***de, with youth of color and LGBTQ+ youth most affected—all against a backdrop of teens reporting high levels of hopelessness, sadness, loneliness, and suicidal ideation.
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“The biggest misconceptions have to do with violence and suicidality,” said JED’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth in an interview with Pilar Alessandra for “On The Page.” They discussed how the perception of emotional health and suicidal ideation are portrayed in mainstream TV and film and the impact it has on viewers who face these situations daily.
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Telling Positive Stories About Mental Health | The Jed Foundation JED Chief Medical Officer Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth interviewed by Pilar Alessandra for On the Page. Dr. Erickson-Schroth, psychiatrist, writer, and activist, discusses positive and negative
The beginning of a new school year is a big transition for students. That’s why Chartwells Higher Education, a recognized leader in contract food service management, announced the return of Joy-Ful, a national campaign aimed at fostering a sense of belonging among the campus community.
Chartwells is partnering with JED to foster a sense of community and belonging in the 2023-2024 School Year.
Read the full press release here: https://bit.ly/43PEIcu
Chartwells Higher Education Partners with The Jed Foundation to Foster a Sense of Community and Belonging in the 2023-2024 School Year | The Jed Foundation “Joy-Ful” campaign returns for a third year to help students feel supported as they navigate through a new school year CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug 1, 2023
Meet 17-year-old Daelan Pinsky of West Palm Beach, FL the new face for this year’s youth mental health campaign.
For the second consecutive year, Macy’s in partnership with JED and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), will raise awareness and funds as part of a six-week charitable giving and roundup campaign to support youth mental health across the country.
Learn more: https://www.macys.com/s/purpose/
This back-to-school season, JED is here to support you with helpful advice, tips, and resources to plan for a strong start.
Beginning right now, exactly where you are, you can take the first steps to have a year that feels good to you. Click on the link to read through some of JED’s resources: https://jedfoundation.org/our-work/back-to-school/
Co-Founder and Board Chair, Phillip Satow, has retired as Board Chair after 23 years of service in this role. He will continue as Board Chair Emeritus and Co-founder. Michael Satow, an active JED Board Member, will succeed Phil. We are grateful to Phil and Donna’s leadership and dedication. We are also grateful for Michael’s support and leadership as we look to the years ahead.
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The Jed Foundation (JED) Announces Board Transition Plan | The Jed Foundation JED Board Member Michael Satow to Assume Position Co-founder; Phillip Satow to Retire as Board Chair July 31, 2023 – NEW YORK – The Jed
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Are you feeling overwhelmed or confused by depression and seeking answers? You're not alone, and there is hope for a better tomorrow. JED Expert and New York Therapist, Jackson Katz answers depression questions and talks about the importance to identify a trusting supporter - this could be a friend, teacher, or parent.
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Depression Questions: Your FAQs Answered Are you feeling overwhelmed or confused by depression and seeking answers? You're not alone, and there is hope for a better tomorrow. New York Therapist and ...
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Depression is very common, but there are effective strategies for managing it. Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth, JED’s Chief Medical Offer, outlines different options for treating depression, including group or individual therapy and medication.
Link to full video: https://youtu.be/yIDfjP-Cu4g
You Have Options: Treating & Managing Your Depression Depression is very common, but there are effective strategies for managing it. Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth, Chief Medical Offer of the Jed Foundation, outline...
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