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OK to not be OK: ACC emphasizing mental health


As of January, all Power Five conferences are required to make mental health services and resources available to athletes in addition to providing education and information on how to access those services. North Carolina’s ACC programs were ahead of the mandate, all employing someone who oversees student-athlete health and wellness. (Greensboro News & Record)

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