Two Boston University students skipped their lunch date last fall after reading an email blast that encouraged students to attend a “depression screening” on campus. The boy didn’t want to go, but his girlfriend encouraged him, promising that she would come with him. There the boy learned that he showed symptoms “highly consistent with depression,” the girl told Dori Hutchinson, director of BU’s Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation. More.
Founded in Mass., National Depression Screening Day turns 25