Rates of mental health struggles are at an all-time high for college students across the United States, and Middle Tennessee State University students have access..
Rural Tennesseans will have a better chance at recovering from opioid addiction through a $2.92 million federal grant awarded to MTSU’s Center for Health and..
Middle Tennessee State University’s Center for Health and Human Services, in conjunction with the university’s Data Science Institute, will soon launch the MTSU Office of..
As MTSU Business Administration graduate Cynthia Chafin became more knowledgeable about health and wellness after graduation, her curiosity and passion for it grew. Now she..
Members of the MTSU campus community soon will be trained in how to notice and respond to mental health and addiction challenges commonly experienced by..
MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services continues to work with rural Wilson County communities and partners to combat opioid misuse as part of a $1 million grant from..
With funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services is embarking on an informational tour of the Southeast to..
MTSU’s Center for Health and Human Services is expanding its diabetes and obesity prevention activities with additional state funding. The Tennessee Department of Health, as..
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, but MTSU is getting an early start with two events aimed at capturing students’ attention before they depart campus..
The Center for Health and Human Services at Middle Tennessee State University, in partnership with DrugFree Wilco, is helping train more than 100 law enforcement..
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