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Young people aged 16 through 26 (known as Gen Z’s) will soon inherit leadership positions in a world that is complex and challenged by global issues requiring knowledge, perspective and readiness. Yet the health and wellness of young people remains an underexplored policy area at a time when there is an alarming rise in mental, behavioral, and emotional health issues among teens and young adults. Higher education policies do not always adequately cover the problems that are occurring on college campuses – from bigotry and sexual assault to eating disorders, depression and suicide.

The Mary Christie Foundation provides thought leadership among key influencers where cross-disciplinary solutions can begin to emerge.

Student Health and Wellbeing

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The Mary Christie Quarterly provides news, information and commentary on the policy issues that impact the health and wellness of young adults.   You can access past issues of the Mary Christie Quarterly here .