northern summit 2019 synthesis
said there was a lack of knowledge
said their peers don’t know who to speak to if they’re struggling with their mental health
said that there were few resources to support those struggling with their mental health
said that academic stress created the most mental health struggle
tied mental health struggle to trouble related to housing
tied mental health struggle to financial instability
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