Carmel Magazines’ Holiday 2019 cover story features Chris Harrison, the host of ABC’s “The Bachelor” and of our wonderful gala this year.
Chris has long been an advocate for youth mental health through his work with the Grant Halliburton Foundation of Dallas. So he immediately understood the importance of AIM’s mission.
“Many of today’s major social problems are rooted in mental health. If we can solve the mental health epidemic, we can solve a lot of society’s other problems.” Says AIM Youth Mental Health founder Susan Stilwell in an interview in the Summer/Fall issue of Carmel Magazine.
More 400 ad designs were submitted for this year’s AIM For Awareness Ad Contest — our biggest ever — and with help from the Carmel Sunset Rotary Club we displayed them all on Thursday, Oct. 24th at the Sunset Cultural Center.
Attempted suicides, drug overdoses, cutting and other types of self-injury have increased substantially in U.S. girls, a 15-year study of emergency room visits found.
On Wednesday, Mental Health America (MHA) released their latest State of Mental Health Report. The report ranks all 50 states and the District of Columbia in terms of the mental health status of their adult and youth residents.
The voluntary service will eventually be made available to the entire campus community, including those receiving care through UCLA Health.