Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness
Preview: Episode 2 | 32s
Young people and their family and friends talk about how they came to acknowledge and accept the reality of their mental illnesses and, most importantly, start talking about them. They describe their work with providers to determine a diagnosis and the treatments they received, and the added stigma of racial or gender discrimination. Throughout, the young people inspire with their resilience.
Aired: 06/28/22 |
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Ep1 | 1h 56m | Blue Ridge/Appalachia VA Passport
Spanish Version | Resilience
Ep4 | 1h 52m 1s | Blue Ridge/Appalachia VA Passport
Spanish Version | The Storm
Ep3 | 1h 56m | Blue Ridge/Appalachia VA Passport
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Youth Mental Health Resources
In support of Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness, WETA Washington, D.C., the flagship public media station in the nation’s capital, launched Well Beings Youth Mental Health Project, a major public media multi-platform project to address mental health conditions.Learn More
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