Chaplaincy and student mental health

From the Scottish Catholic Observer:

The World Health Organisation survey, completed by almost 14,000 students, suggests major depression and anxiety are the most prevalent mental illnesses in young people, while a YouGov poll on psychosis indicated that only a third of young people would know where to seek help if they or someone they know was suffering from the condition.

As students begin their first full month of university, chaplains have highlighted the benefits of joining a chaplaincy, while a Catholic mental health project has said the communities can ‘save lives.’

Read more at SCO.