Mental Health

Hope And Healing Documentary To Premiere On April 23, 2024

“Hope and Healing: A Discussion with West Virginia Youth” is a collaboration between West Virginia Public Broadcasting and the West Virginia Drug Intervention Institute (WVDII). Youth from West Virginia gathered for the project to talk about issues they face on topics including substance use disorder, bullying, social media, and mental health. The project will be screened on Tuesday, April 23, at 5:30 p.m. at the University of Charleston’s Geary Auditorium. The screening is free and open to the public.

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Fayette County Students Take Lead To Address Mental Health In Schools 

Students from Oak Hill High School’s (OHHS) Oakheal Outreach Team hosted a Student Mental Health Conference Wednesday to help other schools and counties establish student-led mental health supports.

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Outdoor Education Exposes West Virginia Youth To Wild and Wonderful Opportunities

Outdoor education opportunities making a difference in kids' lives.

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W.Va.'s Christmas Train, Improving Air Traffic Security And Blessing Same Sex Couples, This West Virginia Week

On this West Virginia Week, we learned about the latest U.S. Census and what it means for West Virginia’s population. We also heard about a big shift coming in how the country gets its electricity, and we learned about the Pope’s decision to formally give his approval for priests to bless same-sex couples.

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