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Survey Finds Homeless Youth Lack Supports For Physical, Mental Well-Being
Published 11/9/2017 in News Hub
ATLANTA—Homeless youth face increased social isolation and fewer support resources, according to a study recently published in Social Sciences by Georgia State University sociologists. The survey of homeless youth in Atlanta revealed that having more supportive network ties reduces the risk of experiencing significant symptoms of a severe mental illness, while longer length of homelessness is tied to having fewer personal support network resources. read more ❯
School of Public Health Kicks Off Continuing Education Training For CDC Employees
Published 11/2/2017 in News Hub
The School of Public Health at Georgia State University has created a series of one- and two-day courses to provide high-quality, cost-effective training for employees of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). read more ❯
Researchers Find SafeCare® Improves Stress Biomarkers Among Caregivers
Published 11/1/2017 in News Hub
ATLANTA—An evidence-based parenting program has been found to decrease physiological indicators of stress, according to researchers in the School of Public Health. The program, SafeCare®, was developed in 1979 by Georgia State faculty member John Lutzker to reduce child abuse and neglect. read more ❯

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