Published: December 04, 2012
NAMI Corrects Oct. 31 Press Release on College Students Survey
ARLINGTON, Va. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - On Oct. 31, 2012, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
released the survey report College Students Speak: A Survey Report on
The press release headline and lead paragraph incorrectly stated that 64
percent of students who experienced mental health problems in college
ended up withdrawing from school.
The press release should have stated that 64 percent of students with
mental health problems who were no longer in school had
withdrawn due to a mental health related reason.
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
NAMI Corrects Oct. 31 Press Release on College Students Survey,
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