In the Media: December 2021

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CBS News New York: Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Announces New Program To Support Mental Health For College Students

Governor Ned Lamont visited the University of New Haven to announce the launch of a new program that will dedicate up to $2.7 million in Governor’s Emergency Education Relief funding to colleges and universities across the state to develop programs and resources that help address ongoing student mental health challenges exacerbated by t he COVID-19 pandemic.

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NBC Connecticut: Connecticut Launches $2.7 Million Program for Mental Health Services at Colleges, Universities

Governor Ned Lamont visited the University of New Haven to announce the launch of a new program that will dedicate up to $2.7 million in Governor’s Emergency Education Relief funding to colleges and universities across the state to develop programs and resources that help address ongoing student mental health challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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News 12: State to invest $2M to help college students deal with mental health issues brought on by pandemic

Governor Ned Lamont visited the University of New Haven to announce the launch of a new program that will dedicate up to $2.7 million in Governor’s Emergency Education Relief funding to colleges and universities across the state to develop programs and resources that help address ongoing student mental health challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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University of New Haven

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News Channel 8: Lamont announces launch of new program to provide mental health s ervices at colleges and universities

Governor Ned Lamont visited the University of New Haven to announce the launch of a new program that will dedicate up to $2.7 million in Governor’s Emergency Education Relief funding to colleges and universities across the state to develop programs and resources that help address ongoing student mental health challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.