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Coalition expands opportunities for higher education in Illinois prisons

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University News | 09.12.23

RBC Foundation $25K grant to grow ACHS Vancouver’s youth mental health services

The one-year gift from the Youth Mental Well-being Project to the Adler University Vancouver Foundation will be allocated to ACHS Vancouver’s work at two of its community partners — LaSalle College and Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House.

Stories | 07.31.23

At Aunt Martha’s Integrated Care Center, a team provides mental health support to foster care youth

Student interns from Adler Community Health Services (ACHS) join an interdisciplinary team of providers — including the chief medical officer, chief clinical officer, care coordinators, nurses, education specialists, and therapists — to provide evidence-based, value-driven, and trauma-informed care at the ICC.

Stories | 05.01.23

Community partners collaborate to strengthen mental health support for struggling students

Today, a team of about 25 people from ACHS Vancouver, including five doctoral interns from Adler University’s Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology program and 14 practicum students from several master’s degree programs, provide a series of mental health programs at LaSalle.

In the Media | 01.03.23

NBC Nightly News spotlights University partnership with Chicago-based After School Matters

In December of 2022, the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, met with After School Matters and Adler Community Health Services to see firsthand the work happening in Chicago to alleviate the youth mental health crisis and to glean input on how the programs can be replicated for other communities. As part of the visit, […]

Stories | 09.01.22

Adler University, After School Matters partnership expands Chicago’s youth access to mental health

After School Matters and the Division of Teen Wellness Opportunity within the University’s Adler Community Health Services formed a strategic partnership in early 2020, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, to provide free, accessible mental health services to teens in marginalized communities.

In the Media | 03.08.22

Adler University and After School Matters Partnership Highlighted on FOX Chicago

After School Matters’ Chief Program Officer Melissa Mister joined Fox 32 Chicago to speak on the program and their partnership with Adler Community Health Services to provide individual and group counseling for teens and training workshops for embedded instructors.