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702/2024

Medicat Supports the Well-Being of Over 5 Million College and University Students with ConcernCenter

By |February 7th, 2024|Categories: Uncategorized, College/University, Social Media|0 Comments

Rochester, NY – February 7, 2024 ConcernCenter is excited to announce its partnership with Medicat, the number one provider of electronic health records (EHR) software for college and university campuses. Through this partnership, Medicat's 500+ customers in college health can access the ConcernCenter Lite well-being platform free of charge. ConcernCenter Lite offers students easy, secure, and discreet access to health-related support and resources, from apps to articles and videos, as well as external hotlines, websites, and organizations. “ConcernCenter is all about helping connect people with concerns [...]

3010/2023

Transforming Education: Campus Kaizen Enhances Student Support with ConcernCenter Partnership

By |October 30th, 2023|Categories: K-12/Charters, College/University, Social Media|0 Comments

Rochester, NY – October 30, 2023  Campus Kaizen, a leading provider of educational management solutions, is thrilled to announce a strategic partnership with ConcernCenter, a prominent provider of student well-being and mental health directory services. This collaboration will empower Campus Kaizen, via its Guardian Case Management Software to offer ConcernCenter's innovative well-being platform to all of its clients, giving millions of students improved access to the support and resources available at schools and educational institutions. Campus Kaizen’s commitment to providing comprehensive and effective educational management [...]

2509/2023

Busting Burnout in Higher Ed – 21 Tactics to Lessen the Burden on your Staff without Hiring More People

By |September 25th, 2023|Categories: Uncategorized, College/University, Social Media|0 Comments

The title says enough, so we’re going to spare you the 5 paragraph intro.  Here’s 21 proven tactics that we and our higher ed partners use to mitigate staff burnout.    Get flexible - Offer greater flexibility for your staff with remote work time and encourage them to take advantage of it.  Your younger staff especially will be encouraged and motivated by the trust you extend when you allow work-from-home, and they really like the idea of flex time.    Lunch with Leaders - Offer individual coffee [...]

409/2023

Halligan Creative Arts partners with ConcernCenter to provide patients with intuitive access to outside support services. 

By |September 4th, 2023|Categories: Uncategorized, Social Media|1 Comment

September 5, 2023. Rochester, New York Halligan Creative Arts, a growing art therapy practice in upstate New York, has finalized a multi-year agreement with ConcernCenter to provide the practice's patients with streamlined access to the support resources they need.  With therapy practices seeing an increase in clients and families needing support and resources outside of regular therapy sessions, many are seeking new tools to help patients access additional help.  Halligan selected ConcernCenter to provide patients with intuitive, user-friendly access to local and national support resources. According to [...]

1607/2023

How to Fix the Problem Before the Problem – Helping Your Organization Help Others

By |July 16th, 2023|Categories: K-12/Charters, College/University, Social Media|0 Comments

  This is what life looks like before someone seeks help. A teenage boy feels devastated by his parent’s divorce, but is trying to stay strong for his mom. A man in his early thirties lacks social connection so he throws himself into his work. A young mom gives birth to her first child, but doesn’t feel love and happiness, instead she feels resentment and depression. A college student is afraid to tell her parents that she’s gay so she lives two separate lives and [...]

302/2023

How Organizations are using ConcernCenter to Connect Users to Mental Health Services

By |February 3rd, 2023|Categories: K-12/Charters, College/University, COVID, Social Media|0 Comments

The topic of declining mental health, especially in teens and young adults, has earned national attention as of late. Between the loss, fear, isolation, and hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighted racial disparities, the fear of mass violence, and a national hotline established for mental health emergencies, families across the United States have undoubtedly felt an increase in anxiety, stress, and depression. Data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that drug overdose deaths reached record levels in 2021 and [...]

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