Suicide and mental illness are often seen as a ‘white phenomenon,’ but a different picture emerges when looking at trends in youth, Dr. Michael A. Lindsey told New York Times’ Christina Caron.
New and revamped platforms for our Technical Assistance Centers are making it easier to find trainings and resources relating to mental health, behavioral health, child welfare, early childhood mental health and managed care.
Dr. Michael A. Lindsey spoke to CBS News’ Elaine Quijano about the mental health impact of the Derek Chauvin trial and other instances of police violence on Black mental health.
The Institute and its Technical Assistance Centers are among the organizations supporting NY Project Hope’s mission.
Chief Programs Officer Dr. Andrew Cleek contributed a report on how Medicaid and CHIP will play vital roles given the effects of COVID-19 and racial/ethnic inequities on behavioral health.
The institute submitted testimony to the Committee on Mental Health, Disabilities, and Addictions about our youth development and mental health support program.
Dr. Michael A. Lindsey, Executive Director, joined a panel of experts to discuss trends in the time of COVID-19, and actions steps.
Efforts by the NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research to inform policymakers about troubling trends in Black youth mental health reached an important milestone today, when the House of Representatives passed the Pursuing Equity in Mental Health Act.
Dr. Michael A. Lindsey spoke about the effects of implicit bias during the panel hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
A new report shows that 151,964 Americans died due to alcohol, drugs or suicide in 2018. NYU McSilver’s Dr. Michael A. Lindsey provided additional context with Black youth suicide data.