AWAKENING OUR DEMOCRACY: The Politics of Mental Health





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Published on Apr 14, 2017

A conversation about mental health needs and access to care, with Nikki Webber Allen, founder of the "i Live For..." Foundation working to eliminate the cultural stigma of depression, anxiety and other mental disorders in teenagers and young adults of color; Dr. Kim Hopper, professor at Mailman School of Public Health with expertise in dimensions of recovery and support in mental illness; Dr. Billy Jones, former senior advisor for mental health and healthcare at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; and Dr. Kathleen Pike, Medical Center faculty member and executive director of the Global Mental Health Program. Part of Wellness Days @Columbia - part of an ongoing focus on mental health, wellness and community citizenship at Columbia.

Awakening Our Democracy (http://universitylife.columbia.edu/aw...) is Columbia's conversation series on disparities and justice issues at the forefront of the University's and nation's consciousness.

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