Expanding adolescent mental health screening

The United States routinely screens teens for vision and hearing loss, but not for a mental illness. For more than a decade, we worked with the TeenScreen National Center for Mental Health Checkups at Columbia University to expand teen mental health screening to 43 states. Now major insurers, primary care providers and more than 500 schools and community organizations offer a free mental health check-up for teenagers.
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Training HIV/AIDS treatment advocates

Black Americans represent the largest population affected by HIV/AIDS in the United States, making up 51% of cases, but they remain the group least enrolled in care. We provided technical, strategic and communications support to BTAN, a unique collaboration that links Black Americans with HIV into care and treatment, strengthens leadership and advocates for policy change and research priorities.
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