Congressional task force report—led by NYU's Michael A. Lindsey—finds glaring racial disparities in mental health treatment nationally.
Peer-Reviewed critique by NYU researcher Vincent Guilamo-Ramos is published as World AIDS Day 2019 nears
She will discuss the legacy of slavery in America in a fireside chat with Christina Greer.
NYU McSilver Institute-led findings contribute to what is known about the crisis.
Silver School of Social Work professor Deborah K. Padgett’s scholarship upends common assumptions about substance abuse, mental illness, and ‘bad choices.’
Randomized controlled study found that a new "hybrid" intervention grounded in principles of restorative justice can be strikingly effective.
Interviews with the homeless living on New York City streets show that bureaucratic obstacles, not personal recalcitrance, keep many from accepting offers of shelter.
New York University's Vincent Guilamo-Ramos calls for specially tailored, or differentiated, HIV prevention and treatment services for adolescents and young adults, in National Academy of Medicine paper.
Pilot randomized controlled clinical trial will study the effectiveness of a promising intervention in sixty Black adolescents who have depression symptoms and attend grades 6-12 in New York City.