State Opportunities for Young Adult Mental Health Policy and Systems Change: Policy for Transformed Lives
Across the nation, young adults living in poverty experience serious threats to their mental health. More than one in five young adults ages 18-25 living in poverty report serious psychological distress within the past year. To inform efforts to improve public policies, CLASP conducted an in-depth scan and analysis of how selected states and localities are addressing young adult mental health. Our findings, analysis, and recommendations are contained in this three-part brief series: Policy for Transformed Lives.
This brief, State Opportunities for Young Adult Mental Health Policy and Systems Change, is the third of the three-part Policy for Transformed Lives series and it describes transformational action steps for policy makers.
The other parts of the Policy for Transformed Lives series are: