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African-Americans who regularly attend church are far less likely to suffer from mental-health issues, including depression and suicide, according to new research from Case Western Reserve University.

University Health and Counseling Services offers confidential, 24/7 Support Space sessions

University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS) has been actively monitoring current events as they unfold in Ukraine. This is a difficult time for many as members of the community may have families and/or cultural ties to that region.

In response, UHCS will provide additional support to students through Support Space. Support Space sessions are virtual, confidential, 30-minute consultations with professionals from Counseling Services.

Students can also access UHCS’ 24/7 counselor on call at 216.368.5872 and 24/7 virtual mental health support through Talk Now services. A Zoom link will be sent after registration.