Research

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September 16, 2021

Why Brain Health Literacy Benefits Everyone (and Why We Launched BHB)

You may have noticed that here at the Chase Bjork Foundation, we talk about brain health as opposed to mental health or mental illness. This is a conscious decision, with meaning behind it – not just relabeling to replace older terms. Yet, the terms are, in our opinion, outdated and no longer reflect the data- and evidence-based understandings that researchers, psychiatrists and others in the field have come to accept over the past 10+ years. 

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September 9, 2021

Back to School: 9 Ways to Support Children’s Mental Health

Tips for parents on how to help support children’s mental health and prepare kids for a successful school year after weathering COVID-19 lockdowns, remote learning, and social isolation.

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August 25, 2021

The Majority of Americans Believe Mental Health Ed Should Be Offered in Schools

Recent studies showed that 85% of Americans agree their child(ren) would benefit from mental health services and 67% believe mental health education – such as learning to cope with stress and dealing with social anxiety – should be provided to children in school