Teenage girls in the U.S. are reporting record levels of sadness, suicidal ideation and violence, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And states have funneled at least $8.5 billion of federal funding toward school mental health since 2021, but is it making an impact?
Reset speaks with the director of a school-based group counseling program and a health policy reporter to learn about how the Chicago-based program, Working on Womanhood, could become a national model to combat the crisis of mental health in girls.
GUESTS: Dan Gorenstein, host, Tradeoffs podcast
Ngozi Abandy Harris, WOW director of program and staff development, Youth Guidance