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The transition from high school to college is a critical juncture for all students, which is why The Jed Foundation and The American Psychiatric Foundation partnered with TransitionYear.org, which provides information and tools to assist with the smooth, safe and healthy transition of students from high school to college.
The results of an extensive literature review and a comprehensive survey of parents with college-age children were used to develop guides for both parents and students that help with the adjustments to the stresses and challenges of college life, while also providing critical information on identifying, addressing and managing the treatment of emotional problems.
Helping Our Student Veterans Succeed
The Jed Foundation, with the Bob Woodruff Foundation, is offering a FREE Continuing Education online program to raise awareness and provide guidance on how to better integrate student veterans into college campus life.
News & Info
New JedCampus Program Launched to Schools »
New nationwide initiative designed to help colleges and universities assess and enhance their mental health and suicide preventi
Lifetime's "Call Me Crazy" Film with Brittany Snow & Love is Louder »
Lifetime partners with TJF's Love is Louder movement on "Call Me Crazy: A Five Film"
TJF responding to Boston tragedy through Half of Us and Love is Louder »
The Jed Foundation provides tips on how to cope with tragedy and ways to express support through Half of Us and Love is Louder.