Today Show: Mental health first-aid kit: Lady Gaga is working on high school program to reduce stigma

Originally founded in Australia in 2000, the program was brought to the U.S. in 2007 by the National Council for Behavioral Health. Since then, more than 1.6 million adults who work with young people — like teachers, community leaders and others — have been trained. Now, the focus is to educate and help teens themselves with the help of Lady Gaga’s nonprofit, the Well Being Trust foundation and others.
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