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Mental health institute plans to engage school, college students

DNAHM123928 | 10/10/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :254 | Education & Careers



Gujarat's oldest mental health institute, BM Institute of Mental Health, will engage high school students and college students in a mental health programme. The programme will kick off from today on account of World Mental Health Day, and will reach out to as many colleges and schools throughout the year.
Speaking about the initiative, Madhu Singh, director, BM Institute of Mental Health, said, "This year, the theme of World Mental Health Day is 'Young people and mental health in a changing world'. Hence, we have designed our initiative such that will focus on adolescents and the mental health problems that they deal with."
"Throughout the year, we have planned various activities in schools
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