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Many student-athletes experience mental health problems such as depression and anxiety, but they are often reluctant to seek help for a variety of reasons. The Athletes Connected program, developed with initial funding from an NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice Grant, is a unique collaboration between the University of Michigan School of Public Health, Depression Center, and Athletic Department to increase awareness of mental health issues, reduce the stigma of help-seeking, and promote positive coping skills among student athletes.

Informative Videos 

How Injury Affects Mental Health | Athletes Connected
Greg Harden & U-M Mental Health Legacy
| Athletes Connected
G Ryan | Athletes Connected
Transition to College | Athletes Connected
Coping with Career-Ending Injury | Athletes Connected
Coping with Season-Ending Injury | Athletes Connected
What's Life Like After Athletics? | Athletes Connected
Will Heininger | Athletes Connected
Michigan Gymnast Encourages Fellow Athletes to Seek Help | Athletes Connected
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