CINCINNATI & OXFORD, Ohio, April 14, 2021 / BUSINESS WIRE/ — Abre.io and Miami University’s Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs announced a partnership today on two pilot initiatives supported by the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) to address the growing student and staff mental wellness crisis worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic. When launched this summer, both initiatives will reach nearly 100 schools and provide access to much needed mental wellness resources for over 40,000 students, young adults, and their families in Ohio.
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Miami University’s Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs (CSBMHP) was recently selected to develop scalable strategies for both the Ohio School Wellness Initiative. The effort is paid for by the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) fund and sponsored through the ODE, and the Youth & Young Adult Early Intervention Initiative, funded and sponsored by OhioMHAS. In partnership with Abre.io, Miami University will help the state implement first-of-their-kind proactive frameworks to provide easy access to critical resources needed by everyone in the learning community. This partnership aims to ensure interventions are not just timely, but also that future issues can potentially be prevented altogether.
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Miami University Chooses Abre.io for Key Mental Wellness Initiatives Sponsored by State Education and Mental Health Agencies