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Gun Violence - A Public Health Issue

Recent mass shootings continue to devastate communities nationwide and call attention to public health needs surrounding gun violence. The Gun Violence Archive defines mass shootings as an event in which four or more people are shot or killed. Firearms have overtaken auto accidents as the leading cause of death for children and teens in the U.S. Additionally, mass shootings can lead to major depression, PTSD, and other mental distress among survivors and impact those who are following the news.

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May 03, 2022

Prioritizing Mental Health Care In America

This infographic highlights the many challenges contributing to America’s mental health crisis as well as steps to improve and strengthen mental health care and the behavioral health industry and promote individual resiliency.

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