One Team’s Search for Solutions to Youth Suicide Rates Highlights the Research Experience at Claremont Graduate University
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Supervisor V. Manuel Perez wants to remind veterans and service members that Riverside County honors their service with free entry into the Lake Cahuilla Veterans Regional Park during Memorial Day weekend (Saturday-Monday). The county park is open from 6 a.m. to sunset, and is located at 58-075 Jefferson Street, La Quinta, CA 92253. The phone number for more information is 951-564-4712.
More American teens and young adults appear to be struggling with mental health issues, and experts believe a number of cultural trends may help explain why. A new study found the percentage of teens and young adults with depression, anxiety and other mental health issues has increased sharply over the past decade. The same pattern was not seen in older adults.