U.S. Surgeon General and Dr. Jerome Adams poses with former UHMP student Karla Lozano, left, and her sister, Elizabeth Lozano who now attends George Washington University on a full scholarship.
UHMP students interview psychotherapist Dr. Roblyn Lewter about mental health stigma and domestic violence.
Former UHMP student Riley Johnson and her mother are shown at the UHMP reception at Morgan State University in December 2017.
UHMP students pose with personal finance expert, Allen Cheaves, in the USA TODAY Washington video studio at USA TODAY’s Washington headquarter.
UHMP founder Jayne O’Donnell cut cake at going away party for intern Berri Wilmore before she headed to Syracuse University in August 2018.
UHMP intern Sierra Lewter, Janiya Battle, and Isabel Fajardo interview
UHMP intern Sierra Lewter, left, Janiya Battle, and Isabel Fajardo working on a video at the USA TODAY headquarters.
Dr. Lamar Hasbrouck, a former Illinois health secretary, poses at Richard Wright School for Media and Journalism Arts with (l to r) former student Josh Mitchell, and students Reggie Payne, Ashanea Parker and Ja’Kayla Mordecai. Mitchell is a freshman at University of Wisconsin, Madison. Mordecai attends the University of District of Columbia.
UHMP co-founder Jayne O’Donnell is a health policy reporter at USA TODAY.
Asha Davis, a junior at Mercy High School in Baltimore, speaks at the December 2018 event where students presented their projects.
USA TODAY videographer Jarrad Henderson, left, is a UHMP instructor. He is shown moderating a panel at USA TODAY.
Former UHMP student, Xela Wooten, discusses her project on home schooling at our December 2017 end of session recession at Morgan State University.
Former UHMP student Taqiyy Ludd, now a rising senior at District of Columbia International School, asks a question during a session at Kaiser Permanente’s Capitol Hill Office.
Former Howard University student and UHMP intern Kai Sinclair photographs patients at Kaiser Permanente’s Capitol Hill offices.
UHMP students participated in a movement class at the Femme Fatale pop-up shop on H Street NE.
USA TODAY employees met with UHMP staff and students during tour.
UHMP students met with all of the top editors and many reporters at USA TODAY during a 2017 field trip.
DC art teacher and author- Carmen Garner was interviewed about mental health and childhood trauma
Janiya Battle testifies before a youth hearing held by DC City Council Health Committee Chairman- Vincent Gray
Frank Pinkney – McCLendon Center client and friend of UHMP
Due to violence in this neighborhood even a short walk to the metro can be risky
PHOTO BY: Aliya Kaufman-Daniel, Transportation in D.C., McClendon Center in Washington, DC.
Kenilworth Parkside Myra Jackson had someone shot by her front door and has been afraid to walk to the metro
Dr. Ehmann and Larry Cohen- the Founder of the Prevention Institute
Baltimore corner stores may not have much healthy food, but its street vendors have even less.