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The HCA Healthcare Foundation is proud to collaborate with Girl Scouts of the USA and the National Alliance on Mental Illness to address the mental health crisis among girls. Through research-backed programs, we aim to help girls better understand mental wellness and provide them with skills to strengthen their resilience and support their peers.
In addition to intensive inpatient programs, we offer several outpatient and specialty programs in key behavioral health treatment areas.
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Approximately 1 in 5 people experience mental illness in a given year.**
Half of all chronic mental illnesses begin by age 14; three-quarters begin by age 24.**
Over 50% of adults with a mental illness did not receive mental health treatment services in the previous year.**
90% of those who die by suicide have an underlying mental illness; suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for ages 10-14 and 25-34 in the United States, but it is preventable.**
Treatments for serious mental illnesses are highly effective; between 70-90% of individuals who receive treatment experience significant reduction of symptoms and improved quality of life.**
Mental health impacts everyone. Every day people are online actively asking questions and seeking answers related to mental health. Psych Hub and HCA Healthcare, in collaboration with Columbia University’s Department of Psychiatry, have partnered to create a 10-episode podcast series called “You Ask, We Answer” to bring people credible online mental health education.
The first episode of “You Ask, We Answer” will be available on February 8, 2022 and new episodes will be released every two weeks. Each episode will be available as a long-form audio version and a two-minute video version.
HCA Healthcare is proud to have partnered with EVERFI, an international technology company driving social change through education, to launch Mental Wellness Basics, a digital resource that introduces middle and high school students to mental health education. Starting in 2021, HCA Healthcare has committed to $3M over the next three years to EVERFI to support and expand the Mental Wellness Basics course.
The HCA Healthcare Foundation and Girl Scouts of the USA have developed a mental wellness patch program for 4th-12th grade girls. Girls and their caregivers will discuss and learn mental health topics, including:
The patch program, which includes iterations for Junior, Cadette and Senior/Ambassador age groups, will be unveiled at the Girl Scout Convention in July. It will be active in Northeast Texas, Virginia and Southeast Florida.