HEMHA Distance Counseling Guide
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This guide focuses on all of the content areas needing consideration to determine if your center wants to participate in Telemental Health Services using an interdisciplinary approach.
The HEMHA is a partnership providing leadership to advance college mental health. Envisioned and formed in September 2008 under the leadership of the American College Health Association (ACHA), HEMHA is a partnership of organizations dedicated to advancing college mental health. The Alliance affirms that the issue of college mental health is central to student success, and therefore is the responsibility of higher education. The current membership of 9 member organizations includes:
Mission: To provide leadership through a partnership of organizations to advance college mental health.
Purpose: HEMHA affirms that the issue of college mental health is central to student success, and therefore is the responsibility of higher education. Accordingly, HEMHA will provide leadership to:
• Think about college mental health issues at a strategic level
• Identify and share mental health resources
• Promote full community engagement in the mental health continuum of care
• Define the role of advocacy in mental health
• Support and disseminate evidence-based practice
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