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The Jed Foundation on SiriusXM
August 25, 2014
Executive Director, John MacPhee, talks to Perri Pelz about preparing your child for college
Demi Lovato Supports Mental Health & The Jed Foundation
August 19, 2014
In this video, learn about Demi Lovato's personal experiences and motivation to become a mental health advocate and see footage from her visit to The Jed Foundation and our 13th Annual Gala
The Jed Foundation on Better Worldians Radio
July 8, 2014
Better Worldians Radio interview with Executive Director, John MacPhee, about how The Jed Foundation is helping young people navigate tough times.
The Jed Foundation's 13th Annual Gala
June 18, 2014
Thursday, June 5th marked The Jed Foundation’s 13th Annual Gala, The Brightest Night
Clinton Foundation, Facebook, and The Jed Foundation Held Town Hall at Pace University about Mental Health on Campuses
April 1, 2014
Town hall highlighted joint initiative to help colleges and universities promote emotional well-being and mental health. Watch here!
The Jed Foundation Partners with Sigma Chi International Fraternity to Launch Sigma Chi Lifeline
March 4, 2014
Sigma Chi and The Jed Foundation Launch a Mental Health Resource Center for Fraternity Brothers
Grammy Award-Winning Artist Macklemore Premieres Next Phase of "The Other Side" Video Series, Aimed to Help College Students Navigate Prescription Drug Abuse on College Campuses
January 30, 2014
Macklemore shares his battle with prescription drug abuse on Half of Us
The Jed Foundation to Receive American Psychiatric Association's Prestigious Distinguished Service Award
January 23, 2014
The Jed Foundation Recognized for Service to the Field of Psychiatry
The Jed Foundation Partners with Facebook and the Clinton Foundation to Address Risk of Suicide on College Campuses
January 14, 2014
“Help A Friend In Need” Community Guide available on Facebook's Family Safety Center
The Jed Foundation Announces Partnership with the Clinton Foundation to Support Health and Safety of College Students
January 14, 2014
Program Designed to Help Colleges Promote Emotional Wellbeing, Reduce Substance Abuse, Prevent Suicide and Create Safer Campuses
The Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program is now open for school membership!
Show your school's commitment to improving mental health and substance abuse and join us in creating safer, healthier campus communities.