ACC hopes to end stigma behind mental illness

From championships to academics and now a new network, the ACC continues to raise the bar. "Those are tangible, very important aspects of the ACC," said commissioner John Swofford. "But the most important aspect are our student-athletes." The ACC is working to end stigmas behind mental illness starting with a health and wellness summit. (ABC 11)

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