Stand Together is a student-to-student initiative that inspires and equips youth to take action against stigma associated with mental illness and substance use disorders. Allegheny County’s Office of Behavioral Health is engaging area middle and high school students throughout Allegheny County by providing anti-stigma training and service learning experiences. Students work to ‘stand together’ to increase education and awareness, increase social inclusion, and encourage adolescents to talk to an adult if they are concerned about their own or another student’s mental health.

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By Danyelle Borish / February 14, 2019

W. Allegheny Connects with Staff with Snacks & Conversation

Students at West Allegheny High School held a staff-student activity last week to form relationships with the teachers, faculty, and...

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By Danyelle Borish / February 11, 2019

Linton MS: Snacks Against Stigma

Linton Middle School in Penn Hills returns for its second year. Lead by advisor, Ms. Olivis, the team was so...

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By Danyelle Borish / February 6, 2019

Montour HS ‘Pops’ Stigma: Using Popcorn to Start the Conversation

Montour High School didn’t let the polar vortex freeze away their enthusiasm! Monday morning, the halls and cafeteria were filled...

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