Pa. students encourage mental health awareness, empathy during project

05/28/2014 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Middle- and high-school students from seven schools in Allegheny County, Pa., have been learning about mental health disorders and how to promote mental health awareness during Pittsburgh Cares' Stand Together project. Students from five of the schools recently presented their work at a local center. Students from one high school created a "truth booth," where students wrote anonymous messages about their feelings for the next visitor to read, and hosted a lunch event to encourage students to eat with classmates they didn't know.

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